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JONATHAN DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL 



MOUNTAIN AVENUE, SPRINGFIELD, NJ 07081 



WHERE'S 

Dr. WALTER 

MAHLER? 








To go along wltli our mystery tlieme we Iiave created a clever'game 

If you are unable to ( omplete it, on us do not pla< e tiie blame. 

We Iiave Iiidden many pictures of tie Superintendent tlirougliout our yfarlx 

As you flip through tie pages of our memories, be sure to be on tlie look 

His name is Walt-O, remember tfiis name of lame. 

His hysterical faces make Mm the center of our game. 

Make sure to keep track of Iiow many fa< es you can find. 

Be sure not to leave any hidden pictures beliind. 
If you think you are done, and ttere are no more to complete 
Flip to tlie last page, where tlie answers you may meet. 
Congratulations to you on Iiow tar you are able to get; 
No matter Iiow well you do, it's a memory you will never forget 
Good luck in finding all of our Iiidden Walt-O's 
And we Iiope you enjoy our yearbook, as it < omes to a dose. 

- by Matt Schachtel and Cory SpMjgfield public L 

66 MOUNTAIN AVENUE 
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. 07081 






T} of 2003 




BUSINESS W4N4GERS 

Marnie Fish 

Jennifer Gianas 

JR. PHOTO EDITOR 
Jaqueline Weiss 

JR. BUSINESS MANAGER 
Ashley Phanor 

Theme Concept 
Harry Marks 

Cover Design 

Matt Schachtel 
Amanda Garlen 

Yearbook Apvisor 

Miss Sehlesinger 

Business Advisor 

Mrs. Francois 



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SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY 

66 MOUNTAIN AVENUE 

SPRINGFIELD, N.J 07081 



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Introduction 


16 


Student Life 


28 


Seniors 


48 


Underclassmen 


68 


Faculty 


76 


Clubs & Events 


96 


Sports 


138 In the Spotlight 


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> Ads & Messages 



INTRODUCTION 3 




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"The summer of '02 sure was a scorcher," said senior Casey Santo. 
It seems that most of the students either worked, spent time with 
friends, or caught some rays. Even though Anna Spektor and Staci Max 
were away for most of the summer, they were still able to enjoy relaxing. 
Most of the summer was dry and hot making it difficult for lifeguards 
such as Stephen King, Nick 
Kolmanecky, and Jennifer Karl. 
Many others spent their summers 
working as counselors, like Elissa 
Walters who said, "The weather 
made it difficult 
to get the kids 
to participate; 
however, we all 
had a good 
time." All in all, 
'02 was a great 
summer! 



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the ferris wheel at Six Flags. 

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school starts. 

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about win he isn't getting a tan. 

Right Alyssa enjoys a beautiful sum- 
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Rigfit: Casey, Anna and Elissa are 
ready for a hot summer night on 

the town. 

Below: Agata spends her summer 

in Slovakia lounging around. 



Below. Lindsey and Katelyn slip on 
their shades for a quick picture. 




Above: Despite the scorching heat, 
Elena and Rachel put on their 
dresses for a family wedding. 

Right: Some of Dayton's finest smile 
just thinking about summer break. 



I hese summer girls catch 
some raj s on .1 tube outside 

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INTRODUCTION 3 



From 2002 



May 10, 2002 was a very memo- 
rable day for the students who at- 
tended prom. Everyone sat in class 
anxiously waiting for the clock to 
strike 1:00 p.m. Finally, when the 
moment arrived, students made a 
dash to the office to sign out of school. 
The girls rushed to get their hair and 
nails done, and the boys rushed to 
get corsages. 

Prior to leaving for the prom, 
friends gathered at each other's 
houses to take pictures. All of the 
girls looked beautiful as ever and 
the guys looked stunning as well. 
Before the knew it, the limousines 
and party buses pulled up to wisk 
them off to begin their night of 
memories. After the lovely ladies 
were escorted by their handsome 



dates into their chariots, they were 
soon off to the Brooklake Coun- 
try Club. Inside the limos, every- 
one sang along to the blasting 
music in order to get pumped up 
for prom. Finally the moment 
came when everyone arrived to 
the Brooklake Country Club. The 
appetizing hors d'oeuvres, deli- 
cious dinner, beautiful decora- 
tions and fabulous music made 
the prom a night to remember. 

Everyone had a great time 
and although many were sad that 
the prom had to come to an end, 
there were still after parties to 
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HERLOCK HOMECOMING 



Buying outfits, getting together with friends, and 
taking pictures are what Jonathan Dayton students 
look forward to when the homecoming dance ap- 
proaches. On October 26, 2002 from 7-10pm, Dayton 
students proved that we didn't need a homecoming 
football game to get down and party all night! 

"We can't believe this is our last homecoming 
dance," said seniors Nichole Cox and Nicole Molinaro. 

"It was really nice to see everyone from the Senior 
Class there. With college essays, applications, and 
visits to schools, it's so hard for everyone to get 
together to have fun," Juliana Stravato said of the 
evening. 

At nine o'clock that night, everyone took a break 
from dancing to listen to seniors Matt Schachtel and 
Andrzej Moczydlowski announce this year's Senior 
Superlatives. Many superlatives were clear give- 
aways, while others were shocking. 

Immediately after superlatives were announced, 
the homecoming courts for each grade were an- 
nounced and presented with roses, beginning with 
the Freshmen class. The excitement filled the air as the 
Prince and Princess of the Freshmen, Sophomore, and 
Junior classes were announced. Lastly, the senior 
homecoming court, consisting of Kristin Griffin, Jen- 
nifer Rego, Marnie Fish, Jamie Neville, Jenna Alif ante 
for the ladies and Andrzej M, Anthony Rodriguez, 
Tim Homlish, Joe Kahoonei and Sean Frank for the 
men, were waiting for the announcement of 
Homecomng King and Queen. Finally, with much 

Right: Alyssa Iarossi and Dan Kahoonei were hone 
with the titles of sophomore class princess and pri. 



anticipation, King Anthony Rodriguez and Queen 
Marnie Fish were presented with their crowns. "I was 
very honored to be nominated, but it was a shock to 
me when I won," said Anthony Rodriguez after being 
crowned. 

It was truly an honor to all those seniors who were 
selected because they were nominated by the faculty, 
not by the students. "It's so nice being chosen know- 
ing the teachers were the ones who did the nominat- 
ing," said Kristin Griffin. 

All in all, it was a great night, a night where almost 
everyone from every grade came 

together to make 
and share 

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to make their entrance down the catwalk. 



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School spirit is something every school prides 
itself on. It is always amazing to see the time 
and effort students put forth into supporting 
their grade. This year there was an unbelievable 



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row. The juniors followed in second place, the 
freshmen took third, and unfortunately the sopho- 
mores came in last. 

With regards to hall decorating, daily spirit 

turnout and an abundance of school spirit at the week attire, and the pep rally, senior Matt Spada 

pep rally. commented, "I thought it was an extraordinary 

The night before, students from each grade way to bring all the grades together. Everyone did 

spent hours decorating their hallways for the a great job decorating and supported their classes." 

hall decorating competition. The freshmen chose Spirit is something that many students possess at 

to do ^7 Wizard o/Oz theme with the tin man, lion, Jonathan Dayton and school spirited events are 

scarecrow and of course, the flying monkeys, what students look forward to the most. Especially 

The sophomore class rolled out the red carpet when it involves Mr. Gallagher kissing the bulldog. 

for a night at the movies, while the juniors went Mwah! What a perfect end to a fun week! 

with a "jack pot" theme. While walking through 

the junior hallway, we felt like we were in an 

actual casino. Last, but not least, were the 

seniors who designed their hallway in such a 

way that anyone strolling down that hallway 

felt he or she might actually be walking through 

each page of a life-sized TV Guide. The seniors 

ended up taking 1 st place for the third year in a 



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Ms. Weiss explains, "Style is a sense 
of self. The way you dress should 
express not the trend of the moment." 
Senior Sara Goldberg explains, "Style 
is an expression of your own unique 
personality. Wear what you want to 
wear and be happy wearing it." 

Whether your style is influenced 
by rock & roll, pop, hip hop or R&B, 
what you wear often reflects who you 
are. Whether you choose to wear the 

Right: Daniella Scheer struts in to school 
with a purse that definitely turns heads. 



latest in funky purses, trendy shoes, 
flashy clothing or even decide to streak 
your hair purple, one thing is for sure, 
the sky's the limit when it comes to 
fashion and expressing your own 
unique sense of style. So go ahead 
and express yourselves, be confident 
with who you are, wear what you 
like, and make an impression! 



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Marika are dressed to 
impress for a sweet sixteen. 



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Above: Vered would trade 

in Tiffany bracelets for 

spikes and black nail polish 

any day! 



Above: Jon Rego and Mike 

Rodrigues keeping it 

"gangsta "style at Target 

showing off thier headgear. 



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This year on October 
permeated the hallways of Jonathan Dayton. Stu- 
dents were dressed in a variety of costumes rang- 
ing from pumpkins to witches, bunnies to angels, 
and Barbie dolls to GI Janes. If you think students 
had all the fun on Halloween you are sadly 
mistaken! The teachers proved they knew how 
to get into the Halloween spirit with an array of 
creative costumes. Many students and teachers 
participated in Halloween this year, which made 

it a huge success! 

Left (top): These 
beautiful butterflies 
spread their wings on a 
beautiful fall day. 

Left (middle): These 
four are certainly no 
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Left: I wouldn't want to 
meet this eclectic gang in 
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Above: These Army chicks are 
prepared to fight for our country. 

Left: Chris and Genesis are honored to 
be standing aside the beautiful Jeremy 
Kovaks. 




Above: Is that Andrea in 
disguise? And if so, who's 
that sexy woman with her? 




Above: Who's that hiding 
behind a pumkin? Could it 
be another Walt-O sighting? 




Above: Juliana just finished 
informing Val that it's not 
so smart to stand outside 
during a lightning storm. 




Above: It's a SpongeBob 
Squarepants imposter! 





16 STUDENT LIFE 



Cars 



THE PERFECT GETAWAY 



It's no mystery that Dayton stu- 
dents have great taste when it comes to cars. 
Whether it's a Toyota, Honda, Audi, Lexus, 
or Acura, these cars all look sharp parked in 

the back lot. 
When a stu- 
dent gets a 
car, a com- 
mon ques- 
tion asked is 
"What are 
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response is usually some combination of rims, sys- 
tem, tints, speakers, or sub-woofers. Dayton cars are 
definitely hooked up! 

For students, a car is a place of refuge and a way to 
escape pressures of everyday life. A license is a key 
to freedom and a ticket to happiness. Pending 
parental approval, one can go out whenever or 
wherever he or she wants. Students don't have to 
wait for mom to finish the dishes or for dad to finish 
the lawn, These teens can just go out and enjoy this 
newfound glory. Just for the record, the speed limit 
on school grounds is 10 miles per hour, not to 
mention any names. . . 



It's something you either hate to do or some- 
thing you truly enjoy.- -working. Whether it's in 
Springfield or in a neighboring town, both small 
and large businesses are always in need of part- 
time employees, especially eager high school stu- 
dents who need the cash. Some Dayton students 
work after school and on weekends at such estab- 
lishments as Sam's Farm, Emack and Bolios, the 
Springfield Pharmacy, and many other places, just 
to name a few. Others work all summer and save 
up so they don't have to work during the school 
year. But one thing is certain, high school students 
rely on that extra cash acquired from a part time job. 




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Having a job provides students with an 
opportunity to demonstrate responsibility/ to 
get a taste of being in the work force, and to ea rn 
some extra pocket cash. While some save their 
hard-earned cash to buy a car or for college, 
others manage to spend their money almost 
immediately. 

Regardless of where they work, how much 
they make, or how they spend it, a part time job 
teaches students the value of a dollar. 



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still using his pimping tactics on fellow 

classmate and co-worker Catherine Tuma at 

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Dayton students can always be found hanging out together 
and having fun outside of school. Dayton students are found all 
over; they are constantly being "caught" with slurpees from 7-11 
or munching on burgers from White Castle. Other "hot spots" 
include Union Plaza Diner, the YMCA, New York City, malls, 
movie theatres, bowling alleys, and other Route 22 "establish- 
ments". 

Some students prefer to hang out with friends and just chill. 
Movie rentals, pizza deliveries, and laughs give some students 
something fun and entertaining to do on those calm and quiet 
weekend nights. 

Dayton students always have fun "hanging out". There is 
never a dull moment among friends. Students greatly enjoy each 
other's company and one day will look back on these high school 
years with great fondness and nostalgia. 



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Dayton students hurry to the cafeteria for thirty minutes of the day to catch up with friends and to make 
up for the breakfast they skipped that morning. Whether they buy or bring a lunch, students 
agree that lunch is the best part of the day. It is a great time to catch 
up with friends and talk about what happened 
the night before or to make plans for the up- 
coming weekend. It is reassuring to know that 
there is a time set aside during the day when 
students can escape work and teachers even if 

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Amid the styles and cliques that bind us together as 
friends, there is one thing that sets us Apart from one 
another: Music. We all have unique tastes in music 
which can closely resemble the persona we each hold 
inside. 

Music helps us express ourselves, find ourselves, 
and establish our own style. Whether you're into pop 
or hip-hop, or classic rock or metal, there's a certain 
charm about each style that strikes the chords in each 
of our hearts. Music is everywhere, creating a sooth- 
ing ambiance to doing homework, driving around, 
showering, and even falling asleep. Students exhibit 
their tastes in Dayton's hallways, too. Some of them 
sport t-shirts and patches of the bands they love, while 
others wander the halls with discmans spinning their 
favorite groups. You can also hear the pallet of styles 
we rant and rave about on the popular Dayton Morn- 
ing Announcements. 

While many students express 
their love for music, other 
students take it on an- 
other level in playing mu- 
sic in bands and also go- 
ing to shows and concerts. 
Senior Courtney Cordaro, 
sophomore Dan Kaplan, 
sophomore Danny 



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Fernandez, and sophomore Joe Marra make up 
the punk rock band Random Tuesday. Senior 
Justin Ortiz plays in hardcore bands The Product 
of Control and A Mid Summer Night's Scream. 
Shows and concerts are a big thrill for music- 
lovers, too. Some students like to attend con- 
certs to see big label artists play at arenas. Other 
students attend shows at smaller venues featur- 
ing hardcore and punk bands where the crowd 
predominately dances and pits along with the 
music. 

Either way you cut it, listen to it, or like it, 
music plays a major role in each of our lives. It 
changes every year and takes form to create 
multiple genres and attract different audiences. 
It's out there for you, so keep your ears open to 
everything and go to concerts and shows and 
support the bands and groups out there that 
keep you listening. 



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28 SENIORS 



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SENIORS 38 




DANIEL 


ANGELA 


JENNA 


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ALIFANTE 


What your hands do, it's your 


It's not about what you've 


Life doesn't imitate art. it 


own eyes that've seen, so won't 


done, but more of what you do 


imitates bad television. 


you judge your actions to make 


today while you've got the 


- Woody Allen 


sure the results are clean. 


chance. 





SEAN 
APICELLA 

Life is too important to be 
taken seriouslv. 




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When all else fails ... Go to 


Out beyond ideas of right 


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sleep. 


doing and wrong doing there is 


not pronouncing my last name 




a field. I'll meet you there. 


correctly! 




- Jalaluddin Rumi (1207 - 1273} 



LINDSEY 
BECKELMAN- 

Never regret what you have 

done, but what you were too 

scared to do. 





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BETHEA 


BIANCO 


BUTHMANN 


CANTON 


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We know what we are, but not 


20 words to sum up the past 4 


Don't gain the world and lose 


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uliat we may be.- Shakespeare 


years and these are the best 


your soul, wisdom is better 


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than silver and gold. - Bob 


breathe. 






Marley 






REBECCA 
CHAMBERS 

knowledge speaks, but wisdom 
listens. - Jimi Hendrix 



KARA 


KATHERINE 


STEVEN 


CHRISTMAS 


CIULLO 


COHEN 


God is our refuge and strength. 


The time is short but that's all 




a very present help in trouble. 


right... All good things must 




Psalms 46:1 


come to an end sometime. 
-DMB 






LAMONT 

c6ngery 



COURTNEY 
CORDARO 

Live each day as though it's 

your last, because one day it 

will be. 



JOHN 
COTTAGE 

The race is not always as last as 
, it seems, it's taster. 



NICHOLE 

COX 

Some sa\ it is holding on that 
makes you Stronger, others saj 
it's letting 

SENIORS 37 




ASIA 
CRAWFORD 




MEGAN 
DAUSER 

There are no shortcuts to any 
place worth going. 



KHALIL 
DAY 



ERIC 
DECTER 

If at first you don't succeed, 

try again. Then quit. There's 

no use being a fool about it. 

~ W.C. Fields 








ASSUNTA 
DIMURO 

How lucky I am to have 

something that makes saying 

goodbye so hard. 




DEVON 
DORN 

It is not length of life, but 

depth of life. 
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson 




NICOLE 
EHRHARDT 




LIZ 
ESCOBA 




AMIE 
FAIGENBAUM 

I Ifif comes the hot steppa 



JAMIE LYNN 
FILIPPONE 

Never be, Never be, Ahva,vs be 
like the rest. 




MANOAH AVRAM 
FINSTON 

Ars Longa, Vita Brevis 




MARNIE 
FISH 

The dreams that you dare to 
dream really do come true. 
~ Dorothv, The Vjjzard ofOz 



38 SENIORS 







SEAN S. 
FRANK 

Associate yourself with men of 
»ood quality if you esteem your 
)wn reputation; for 'tis better to< 
be alone than in bad company. 
~ George Washington 



ROMELIA 
. FREYDEL 

It's kind of fun to do the 
• impossible. ~ Walt Disney 



JESSICA 
FRIEDMAN 

Do not fear going forward 
slowly, fear only to stand still. 



JENNIFER 
GIANAS 

Some mistakes are too much 
fun to only make once. 




SUNANA 
GILL 

Get everything you need, and 

then give it up for what you 

want. Then you can say you 

have had a fulfilling life. 



ADAM 
GILSON 

Have you ever noticed: Anyone 
going slower than you is an idiot 

and anyone going faster than 
you is a maniac? ~ George Carlin 



DARCY C. 
GINSBERG 

Music. Listen. Relax. How 
beautiful.... 



RACHEL 
GINSBERG 

Remember the good times 

because the memories last 

forever. 







ASHLEY 

g6ldberg 

Darkness cannot drive out 

'larkness; only light can do that. 

date cannot drive out hate; only 

love can do that. 



SARA 
GOLDBERG 

These days I wish I was 6 agaiu. 

Oh make me a red cape. I 

wanna be superman. 

~ John Mayer 



HEATHER 
GOLDSMITH 

•ind out who von are and tr\ 
. not to be afraid of it 
~ Josie Cellar 



DONNA 
GOLIN 

I earn from the mistakes ol others 

you ( .in t h\ e long enough to 

make them .HI j oursgU 

SENIORS 39 






IYEISHAJ. 


AMBER 


KRISTIN 


GORDON 


GREEN 


GRIFFIN 


Always remember the good 


Do you really want to be like 


As life goes on, we move on. but 


times last longer than bad and 


them? Another trend? Part of 


. we all take along those special. 


the hard stuff is always followed 


the crowd? Cause 1 don't. 


unforgettable memories. 


by the easy. PVT-Gordon 







SHERRI 
GROBARZ 

Keep your head in the clouds 

. . . You"re the first to know 

when it rains, and it's easier 

to see the silver lining. 







ERIC 
HARTMANN 

Life - Live it! 



TIMOTHY 
HOMLISH 

When your heart is in your 

dream, no request is too 
extreme. - Jimney Cricket 



TINE 
HOPSON 

Life is what happens to you 
while you're busy 
other plans 



making 
John Lennon 



AGATA 
JACKIEWICZ 

We cannot really love anybody 
with whom we never laugh. 
Ignes Repplier 





, DANIEL 

JAMNIK 

Live for the nights you won't 

remember with the friends 

you'll never forget. 



CHAD 
JOHNSON 




JOSEPH 
KAHOONE1 

I et's uet together and feel al 
right. Hob Marlej 



MADELINE 
KAPLAN 

Be yourself. An original is 
always worth more than a COpyj 



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NICHOLAS 
KOMANECKY 

So wise, so young, they say, do 
never live long. ~ Shakespeare 



JEREMY 
KOVACS 

You know a lot of people go to 

college for 7 years. 

~ Chris Farley 



ROSS 
KRAVETZ 

I'll remember the things I did 

for a while, but the people 1 

did them with forever. 



ALLISON 
LAU 

We each have a star; all we 

have to do is find it. Once you 

do, everyone who sees it will be 

blinded. h\1X 







CHANDA 


ROY 


DANIELLE 


SONYE 


LEWIS 


LIN 


MACK 


MAHGREFTEH 


If I smell ya...I'ma tell ya! 


You might think I am small. 


The most wasted day of all is 


Life beats down and crushes the 




but I'm stronger than you can 


that during which we have not 


soul and art reminds you that 




ever imagine. 


laughed. 


you have one. - Stella Adler 




HARRY 
MARKS 

I Quote me as saying I was 
misquoted. - Groucho Marx 



STACI DANIELLE 
MAX 

I can't remember all the times 

I've tried to tell myself to hold 

on to these moments as they 

pass. ~ Counting ( 'rows 



SIOBHAN 
MC DEMIT 

I've been here too long to face 

(Ins .mi my own. Well I guess 

this is growing up. 

~ Blink IS ! 



DIN \ 
MI I I IK 

so long, and thanks lor all 
the fish. Douglas Vdams 

SENIORS 41 





ANDRZEJ 
MOCZYDLOWSKI 

People change. If the guy I 

was then, met the guy I am 

now, he'd beat the [crud] out 

of me. ~ Stevo - SLC Punk 



ROBERT 
MOISEEV 

No mom, I don't have any 
homework. 



NICOLE 
MOLINARO 

Always remember that you 

are unique . . . Just like 

everyone else. 



JAKE 
MORANO 

Fate, it seems, is not without a 

sense of irony. 

~ Morpheus, The Matrix 







JAMIE 
NEVILLE 

If I had a world of my own 

everything would be nonsense. 

~ Alice, Alice in Wonderland 



MICHAEL 
NITTOLO 

It is only after we've lost 

everything, that we are free to 

do anything. 



CRYSTAL 
O'DELL 

We were raised on T.V. to believe 

we'd be millionaires, movie 

gods, rock stars, but we won't. 

We're starting to realize it now. 



BLAIR 
ORENSTEIN 

It's all said and done, it's real 
and it's been fun. ~ Green Day 




, JUSTIN 

ORTIZ 

True friends stab you m the front 

and keep you from getting what 
you want when one more [kiss] 
could kill you. ~ Thrice 
42 SENIORS 



ANTHONY 
PARKER 

Rather be broke together than 
rich alone. 



CHANDNI 
PATEL 

\\ hen there is My original sound 

in the world, it makes a 

hundred echoes. 



CARMELA 
PECANA 

Keep an open mind, lea\ e the 

past behind, those who trv to 

break you are the oiu's who's las 

in line. . . Peace out! 






JARED 
PRESTON 

When things get you down, 
should you look back? No! Turn 
your head around. And take ■ 
things one day at a time. 

~ Home Grown 




JENNIFER 
REGO 

It's been such a long time, I think 

I stiould be going, because time 

doesn't wait for me, it keeps on 

rollin'. 

~ Boston, "Long Time" 



MICHAEL 
RODRIGUES 

Show me a man that is afraid 

of looking bad, and I'll show 

you a man I can beat every 

time. ~ Jim Bouton 





ANTHONY 
RODRIGUEZ 

I would attempt to explain my 

life, my feelings, my concepts, 

and my philosophy, But I just 

can't. I don't know how. 

Anthony Rodriguez 




CAMILO 
RODRIGUEZ 

I don't suffer from insanity, 
but enjoy every minute of it. 



SHARON 
RODRIGUEZ 

What does not destroy me, 
makes me stronger. 



DANIELLE 
ROLAND 

Yesterday don't matter if it's 
gone. 

~ The Rolling Stones 



ELENA 
ROTHSPAN 

We all take different paths in 
life, but no matter where we go, 
we take a little of each other 
. everywhere. 




JEREMY 
SALOW 

In the beginning the Universe 

vas created. This has made a lot 

of people very angry and has 

been widely regarded as a bad 

move. 



MARC 
SANCHEZ 

Being mortal is what makes » 
doing the impossible, possible. 
~ Goku 



SHIFRA 

SANDLER 

Even in a place where people 

are superficial and stupid, 

there is still hope 

I'm the lyrical gangsta... 



CASEY 

SANTO 

I'm the Lyrical gangsta' 



SENIORS 43 







MELISSA 
SANTOS 

Life is not measured by the 

number of breaths we take, but 

by the moments that take our 

breath away. 



LOUIS J. PHILIP M. 

SARRACINO SARRACINO 

Show me a guy who's afraid to The best prize that life offers is 

look bad. and I'll show you a guy the chance to work hard at 

you can beat every time. work worth doing. 

~ Lou Brock ~ Teddv Roosevelt 



MATT 
SCHACHTEL 

Memories last fore\er. never di 

the\ die. True friends stay 
together and never sav aood-bvi 







JEFFREY 
SCTiULTZ 

Life is like a coin. You can 

spend it any way you wish, but 

you only spend it once. 

- Lillian Dickson 



KSHITIJA 
SHARMA 

We are what we repeatedly do. 

Excellence, then, is not an act, 

but a habit. - Aristotle 



BRAD 
SHORTALL 

You're not special. You're not a 
beautiful or unique snowflake. 

You're the same decaying 

organic matter as everything 

else. 



CASSONDRA C. 
SMITH 

If you are Happy and Highh 
motivated you will have the 
Success that life has to offer. 







, CARLOS 


MATTHEW 


ANNA 


BRIAN ISAAC 


SOTO 


SPADA 


SPEKTOR 


SPERBER 


Don't have anything in your 


I here is but one game in which 


Our memories o( yesterday will 


One's char. icier defines their 


life that you can't walk awaj 


you can make all your own 


last a lifetime. \\ e'll taste the 


destiny. 


from in 30 seconds. 


rules, the game o\' life, 


best, forget the rest and some- 


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- Matthew Spada 


day find these are the best times. 









MICHAEL 
STAUHS 

It' everything seems under 

control, you're just not going 

fast enough. 



LINDSAY 
STEARNS 

Now a days people know the 

price of everything, and the 

value of nothing. 



, MATTHEW 
STIGLIANO 

What lies behind us and what 

lies- before us are small matters 

compared to what lies within us. 

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson 



JULIANA 
STRAY ATO 

All lite is 4 of 5 days that 
change everything. 







RACHEL 
SUFFIR 

If you forget where you come 

from, you're never going to make 

t where you're going because you 

lost the reality of yourself. 



ANDREW ERIC 
TITLE 

I see that there is evil. And I 

know that there is good. And 

the in-betweens I never 

understood. ~ Ben Folds 



ELANA 
TOBOUL 

Never mistake knowledge for 

wisdom. One helps you make 

a living, the other helps you 

make a life. 



CATHERINE EMILY 
TUMA 

Learn from yesterday, live tor 

today, hope for tomorrow . 

- Anonymous 






AYLA 
VIGILANTE 



ELISSA 
WALTERS 

Excuse me Mr. Offica. 
Ina Kamo/e 



JAY T. 

WEATHERSTON 

Accept no one's definition oi 
yoSn life; define yourseli 



(HAD I 
WOLF 

A man c.in't he ion careful in the 
choice of His enemies 
i (scai V\ ilde - 

SENIORS 45 






JASON 
WOLFE 

You only scared to die when 

you ain't livin right. 

~ Techs 



JOSH 
WOLKOFF 

Life moves pretty fast. If you 

don't stop and look around once 

in a while, you could miss it. 

~ Ferris Bueller 



THEODORE 
YOUNG 

I don't believe there's anyone in 

the world who understands a 

clown, even one clown doesn't 

understand another. 



SIMON 
ZALTSBERG 

You only live once, but if you 
live right once is enough. 




MALLORY 
ZAMBOLLA 

You'll meet them all again on 
their long journey to the middle. 

~ Almost Famous 



MARINA 
ZELTSER 

Encumbered forever by desire 

and ambition, there's a hunger 

still unsatisfied. ~ Pink Floyd 



GREG 
ZINBERG 

Advice is what we ask for 

when we already know the 

answer but wish we didn't. 

~ Erica Jong 



VALERIE 
ZLOTSKY 

See the happy moron. He 

doesn't give a darn. I wish I 

were a moron. My god, 

perhaps I am. 




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for one of their last pep rallies. 




far left: Dominik, 
Michael, and 
David get 
snagged for a 
quick photo in 
the industrial arts 



Left: Chad and 
Ted wonder 
when the bell 
will ring. 

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Hey, is this a 
new senior? 

Left i middle): 
Shifra, Jamie, 
and Ashley 
capture their NJ 
Transit venture 
into the city. 

left: John 
Cottage won- 
ders if anyone 
saw him spike 
hat ball in 
gym class. 



Juliana, 

essica. 
Nicole, 
and 
"Whole 

Usl can't 

w ait to 

graduate. 



Left: Assunta and Jav 
pose for their cameo. 



it: What is feremy up to with 
that deceptive smirk 



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Board of Education 

Mr. Robert B. Fish, 

Board of Education 

Mr. Keith B. Kurzner, 

Board of Education 



Mr. Irwin Sablosky, 

Board of Education 

Scott Samansky, 

Board of Education 

Mrs. Jacqueline P. Shanes, 

Board of Education 

Mrs. Patricia Venezia, 

Board of Education 





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Mr. Peter Falzarano - Supervisor of Physical Education & Health 
Ms. Pam Gray - Supervisor of Gifted and Talented 



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Frank Addvensky, IV Procru 
Linda Axelrad, Spanish 
Tanya Boehme, Vocal Music 
Sylvia Borne, s ience 
Jane Bornstein, Media Specialist 
Richard Briechle, Siki.i1 Studies 



William Byrne, English 

Betsy Carey, Family & Consumer Ed. 

Fran Cohen, Aide 

Meredith Cohen, Science 

Mary Cokeing, Social Studies 

Joseph Cozza, Guidance 



Patricia Darcy, Guidance 
Barbara Delikaris, Art 
Linda Ditzel, Principal's Secretary 
Felix Fabiano, Italian 
£ Jim Farrell, Spanish 

Ronald Foster, Industrial Arts 



Angela Francois, Basic Skills /English 
Arlene Frese, Family & Consumer Id 
Connie Guida, Nurse 
Donald Hartman, English 
Hugh Heagney, Mathematics 
Wendy Horowitz, Mathematu s 



I William Kindler, Physical Education 
I Bob Kozub, Physical Education 
I Allen Krupp, Special Education 
I Jim Lassi, Social Studies 
Peggy Lazaro, IMC Clerk 
Cathleen Liberto, Mathematics 



Bob Lowe, Graphic Arts/Photographv 
Roger Maitland, School Psychologist 
Kristy McCauley, Business Ed. 
Fran Monaco, Aide 
Marlene Moscowitz, French & Spanish 
Patricia Nardone, VP's Secretary 



Azulma \avia, \ide 
Irene Ornovitz, S< 
Geri Palmer, IMC Clerk 
Sundra Parker, Special I ducation 
Stacey Pereira, Special I ducation 
lustin Petino, Ehysical Education 



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Mary Ellen Powers, Math/Comp.Sci. 

Donna Puschel, Special Education 

Elizabeth Rooney-Kuhn, English, 

Journalism - Daivg Print 

Karyn Schlesinger, English , Drama, 

Journalism - Yearbook 

Laurie Scott-Jonach, Social Studies 

Helen Shore, ESL 



Maria Sista, School Psychologist 

Ronald Slate, Music Department 

Coordinator/ Band 

Christina Smith, Science 

Maria Soriano, Special Education 

Donna Stauhs, BSIP Aide 

Al Steiginga, Science 



Frank Tedesco, Social Studies 

Barbara Trueger, Gifted & Talented 

Sally VanBuskirk, Guidance Secretary 

David VanHart, Math & Computers 

Mario Weiss, English 

Heather Wells, Physical Education 



Theresa Wertheimer, Science 
Jane Westerhold, Mathematics 
Jacqueline Zika, Mathematics 






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John Campbell, Social Worker 

Cecelia Galindo, Aide 

Kelly Gibbons, Athletic Trainer 

Judy Hall, English 

Alice Lightdale. Guidance 

Debra LoSchiavo, Vice Principal's Secretary 

Bobbi Pollack, LDTC-Special Services 

Scott Shallcross. English 
Barbara Weslock, Guidance Secretary 





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This year's Spanish club, run by Se- 
nora Axelrad and Senor Farrell, has grown 
into a club with over 90 members, the 
biggest language club at Dayton. "We 
are a cultural club, which meets we do 
activities which are not part of a regular 
classroomprogram. We take trips, have 
a Spanish dance program and, in the 
past,have provided aid to distressed 
Hispanic cummunities around the 
world," explains Senor Farrell. 

President Joe Bianco, Vice Presi- 
dent Jill Kurzner, Secretary Carol 
Rodriguez and Treasurer liana 
Nahmias assist the advisors with the 
planning of various trips and activities. As a 
result of all their efforts, we took a trip in to Newark to dine 
on some tasty Spanish cuisine at Don Pepe's and also venture 
into New York City to see Man of La Mancha on Broadway. 
The Spanish club, with all of its dedicated members, truly had 
yet another successful and exciting year. 

Right: Senora Axelrad and Senor Farrell along with Secretary 

Carol Rodriguez, Treasurer liana Nahmias, and President Joe 

Bianco pride themselves on another successful dinner outting. 

Right: Ashley, 
liana, and 
Rachel take a 




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Although the Italian Club may have got- 
ten a late start, there was still a lot of time to hold 
events, fundraise, and go on club trips. Presi- 
dent Juliana Stravato, Vice President Janine 
Grieco, Secretary Nicole Lay, Treasurers Marisa 
Bianco and Lindsay Coughlin, and Public Re- 
lations Rep. Angela Agostinelli organized and 
promoted Italian Club events. The annual 
Easter Basket raffle, dinner at an Italian "res- 
taurant, and singing Italian Christmas carols 
from one classroom to the next were -just 
some of the club's successful activities. 



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Aside from fun club| \ 
events, Mr. Fabiano can recommend mem- 
bers who also excel in the reading and writing of 
Italian for induction into the Italian Honor Society. 
Philip Sarracino was one of the few students to excel 
in the study of the language and, as a result, earned 
the title of Italian Honor Society President, a presti- 
gious honor. He, along with other members of the 
Italian Club, urge other students to become-involved 
in the Italian Club to get a little taste of the Italian 
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FRENCH CLUB 

If you're looking for the hot spot for French 
culture and cuisine, follow the footsteps of 
Jonathan Dayton's French Club. Advised by 
Madame Moscowitz, French students of all 
grade levels get together to further explore 
the culture. Despite having a small amount 
of active members, the French club engages 
in many fun and exciting activities. Seeing 




the Gauguin 
Exhibit at the famous Metropoli- 
tan Museum of Art and dining at some of the finest 
French restaurants are only a few of the exciting 
activities listed on Jonathan Dayton's French club 
itinerary. 



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At Jonathan Dayton, the Volunteer 
Club has proven to be one of the most 
successful clubs. Open to all students, 
the club seems to be growing every year. 
The students love the senior citizens' 
breakfasts in which they prepare food, 
serve coffee, and provide entertainment. 
Once a month, a small group of stu- 
dents also visit the Children's Special- 
ized Hospital. They enjoy playing 
games, doing arts and crafts, and read- 
ing with the children. This year many 
students have gotten involved in Habi- 
tat for Humanity, where they are 
building a house in a nearby commu- 
nity. The students here love helping 
others and always enjoy the activi- 
ties. "It feels nice to be nice," saftl senidF 
Marnie Fish. 



Right: Presidents 

Amie Faigenbaum 

and Casey Santo 

show off their 

style and pearly 

whites with 

Advisor Senora 

Axelrad. 

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teer club demon- 
strates their 
support for 
Habitat for Hu- 
manity. 






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Above: Staci and Brett engage in an interej 
ing conversation with Martha at the serflco 

citizen breakfast. 

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When you come to a football game, you 

never expect to be entertained with music. 

But at Jonathan Dayton you surely will be. 

The JDHS Pep Band is always there to pep 

up the team, and make the rival team 

nervous. Not only does the band help out 

the energy of the game, they also open up 

everyone's eyes to their talent. Playing 

on a field or during a pep rally, the 

band's enthusiasum and pride not onlv 

inspire and encourage our athletes, but 

also our entire school! 

Below (left): Senior John Cottage 
shows Jameshow to toot the trumpet, 
while James tries to keep up. 

Below: Jeremy and Andrew pump 
up the crowd at the football game. 












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towards perfection. 




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The Jonathan Dayton Emergency Response Team 
has been very successful since it first came about four 
years ago. Mr. Bachenhiemer is the wonderful, hard- 
working, dedicated advisor for JD-Sert. Working along 
side of him is Captain Elana Toboul, 1 st Lieutenant Josh 
Wolkoff, 2 nd Lieutenant Genny Schwartzberg, Adminis- 
trative Officers Ted Chelis and Devon -Dorn, and Ser- 
geant Allie Vasileva. In addition to these officers, the 
team consists of approximately 35 additional members 
and has monthly meetings and occasional training ses- 
sions to keep all members up-to-date with the lifesav- 
ing protocol. 

At Dayton, members are "on call" every day 
here and are well equipped to hand any CPR or first 
aid emergency. Members are equipped with gloves, 
bandages, oxygen, and a defibrillator for cardiac 
emergencies. Walkie-talkies are used for rapid re- 
sponses to 
medical 
emergen- 
cies. All 
members 
have a 
minimum 
of CPR, first 
aid training, 
and exten- 





sive knowledge on how to use the.Auto- 
mated External Defibrillator. 

According to Elana Toboul, "The opportunitv 
to help 
others 
when 
they are 
in need" 
is what 
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For the third year in a row, Mrs. Carey has organized 
the cooking club. Her dedicated members, -Nicole 
Diamertt, Sherri Grobarz, Adam Ross, Danielle Ross, 
Cathy Dymek, Zak Kaston, and Erica Roseftbaum 
meet everv other Thursday after school. There thev 
learn various recipes and cooking techniques. Mrs. 
Carey encourages the members to give their sugges- 
tions for any of the interesting foods they want to 
create. "I let my group make whatever they, are 
\ eager to learn!" 

Guest speakers from several restaurants and 

bakeries, such as the Bon Bonniere Bakery, come 

to Dayton to teach the group cooking tips. 

By the end of the year, members become expert 

chefs who are readv to share their new secrets with 

family and friends. 



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Where can you find JDHS's most trustworthy, reli- 
able and responsible students? Why that's no mystery, 
they are all members of the schools Student Auxiliary! 
Student Auxiliary is a group of students who help out 
with many of the school's events by selling tickets, 
concessions or seating the audience. Some of the events 
include the most stressful nights here at Dayton, like 
8th grade orientation, back to school night, and the 



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school 
plays. Without student 
auxiliary, school events would never run as 
i loothly as they do. The members of this group are 
{.osen at the beginning of their sophomore year, 
1 (Sed on their personality, responsibility and charac- 
Ijr. Mrs. Frese has been the leader of this club for the 
] ( ist 18 years, and there are no signs of that changing, 
jith her great leadership, this club has been a big 
) «lp to all events this year, and will continue to be in 
l.e future. Student Auxiliary is a club that truly helps 
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It's no mystery who keeps events like Fall Festivals, 

Sprit Week, Interclass games, Snowball, Penny 

Wars and King of Hearts running year after year! 

The members of our Student Council keep these 

events running strong. The Student Council also 

runs the'Dawg House in the cafeteria, giving 

JDHS students a constant supply of sugar. 



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Dayton's Student Council has 
always been a group of the school's hardest 
working students, and this year things are no 
different. Mrs. Cokeing enjoys working with 
the kids and loves being the advisor. 



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The Key Club is the "key" to success for main 

students at Jonathan Dayton. This form of success is 

measured in various forms of volunteer work that 

students perform in and around the community. This 

year, members of the Key Club volunteered at the 

Millburn Children's Specialized Hospital and spent 

quality time at an assisted living home in West 

Orange. The Key Club has also gone to serve food at 

a soup kitchen and delivered food baskets to the 

needy during the holiday season. "The Key Club is 



great way to help less for- 
tunate people and feel great about doing it/' 
says Key Club President Jordon Gerber. Students in 
the Key Club realize that there is nothing more grati- 
fying than helping people. Whether it's serving food, 
spending time with the elderly, or just putting a smile 
on someone's face, the Jonathan Dayton Key Club 
has made giving to others an integral part of this 
school year. 




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Rachel, and 
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The Alternatives club focuses mainly on 
kids away from drugs and alcohol and making them 
realize that they don't need drugs or alcohol to have fun. 
Advisors Mrs. Axelrad and Mrs. Liberto, along with 
Presidents Anthony Rodriguez and Teddy Chelis, led 
this club consisting of approximately 50 dedicated stu- 
dents. 

During red ribbon week in October, members 
spent the day at Gaudineer teaching middle school 
studen ts abou t drug abuse and its short-term and 



long-term effects. 
The club also hosted events such as 
novie night and the scavenger hunt to promote having 
un in a drug-free environment. However, most mem- 
ers found working with children from the Special 
)lympics the most rewarding. Alternative clubs mem- 
bers seem to acquire a sense of warmth and kindness 
vhen they are able to give a part of themselves to benefit 
he lives of others. 



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Many of Dayton's most dedicated and involved 
students participate in the Peer Leadership Club led 
by Mrs. Frese. All the members of this club must 
possess proper leadership qualities, responsibility, 
honesty, and of course enthusiasm. In this club, 
which consists of 30-40 juniors and seniors, students 
must be willing to help others and become role 
models to the younger students in the high school. 
They are mainly involved in making Dayton a 
warm home for incoming freshman. However they 
also take part in activities in order to united all 
students from grades 9-12. In preparation for these 
events the students spend numerous hours in train- 
ing sessions with professionals to help them work 
with the kids. Senior Staci Max added, "These two 
years have been great knowing I had the opportu- 
nity to help so many new kids." 




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invited to participate in the 
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This year's Quiz Bowl team, run by Mrs. ] 
Axelrad and Mrs. Trueger, consists of 20 
members including captains Manoah 
Finston and Chad Wolf. Quiz Bowl is simi- 
lar to a high school Jeopardy team. The 
team meets once a week to prepare for 
upcoming competitions. The students are 
quizzed on math, science, sports, enter- 
tainment, history, english, and language. 
The team prepares for 4-5 competitions a 



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Thanks to the television broadcasting team, 
word certainly gets around fast at Dayton. 
Every day students wake up to the morning 
announcements that provide them with the 
vital information they need to get through 
the day. The television studio, which is 
guided by Mr. Addvensky and select JDHS 
students, has come a long way since the first 
airing of the morning announcements 3 
years ago. It now has the flag salute, sports 
news, a fun fact of the day, weather reports, 
and other interesting features. The 
studiowas also able to be utilized by ad- 
ministration to broadcast vital informa- 
tion into every classroom, for instance, for 
a lock-down. Overall, the classroom TVs 
have been a nice addition to JDHS and the 
crew's hard work adds just the right amount of 
pep to the morning. 




Far left: 
These 
seniors get 
the show 
going in the 
morning. 

Left: Staci 
and Helmi 
edit some 
footage for 
the morning 
announce- 
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The Jonathan Dayton Concert Band has 
undergone many changes within the past few 
years. The size of the class could not nearly 
represent the full sound that resonates behind 
the door of room 12. Last year, the Concert Band 
took home three trophies rating best overall 
performance at Hershey Park's "Music in the 
Park" competition. Director Ron Slate's deter- 
mination and patience helps to keep this band 
on its heels during the many performances, 
ranging from Senior Citizen breakfasts, to Town 
Hall's tree lighting ceremony, to playing at 
Continental Arena, to various school concerts. 
Unfortunately, this small group of talented 
kids who don't usually get the recognition 
they deserve. In fact, many of them are pur- 
suing their passion for performing music in 
college. The I HW^ ~~m 

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it&oue (top): The mixed choir poses 

before serenading Springfield's 

Chamber of Commerce. 

Above: This is the real reason the 
girls sign up for choir. 



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This year's choir is by far the most dedicated 

group of people that Dayton has ever had in the music 

department. For the first time since choir started, Dayton 

has two separate periods, with full classes in both. Choir 

Director, Tanya Boehme is exceptionally proud of this 

group of students this year. "They've put more time 

and effort into music than any other group of students 

since I've been here." This year's choir has gone above 

and beyond the expected choir concerts and holiday 

jingles. This year, the choir is run by a choir council, to 

make decisions and create fund raisers. Presidents 

Marnie Fish and Manoah Finston thought of an idea 

to buy the choir room a new sound system. With Ms. 

Boehme's help, they produced and put together 

"Broadway Night," a variety show of all the favorite 

Broadway musicals. Jill Kurzner, Vice President, 

and Sara Goldberg, Fund Raising, took care of the Public 

Relations aspects. There were also class officers this year who 

helped during council meetings every Friday after school. 

In addition to outside events, Ms. Boehme has put 
together a -mixed choir, or "varsity choir" to perform more 
difficult pieces. These students meet every Friday and during 
any free period they have to prepare. Dayton's choir 2002- 
2003 is an exceptional group of students who make learning 
fun. The choir has been trying to get more support from the 
town, and is constantly brain storming great ideas to involve 
the community. The music department is attempting to make 

Dayton a* more musically 
oriented high schoolrThis 
year's choir has a great deal 
to be proud of and hope- 
fully, more people in the 
community will start appre- 
ciating what they have to 
offer. 

Left: Sara, Christina, Justine, 
Ted, Marnie, and Jay T. are 
dressed to impress <\nd read) 
to put on a great show. 

Below: Our choir direc tor, 
Ms. Boehme, grins just 
thinking about how talented 
her choir is 




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Mock Trial is a contest sponsored by the New Jersey 
Bar Foundation to encourage awareness of and participa- 
tion in state law and the legal profession. It is a good way 
for a person interested in being a lawyer or working in 
the judicial system to develop their skills. This trial 
involves ten students, two advisors, one judge from 
Elizabeth, and lots of hard work and dedication. Senora 
Axelrad and Mrs. Trueger coach the Mock Trial and 
practices take place in Senora Axelrad's room. The 
actual trials eventually take place at the Union County 
Courthouse. 

Students use a prepared trial to design questions, 
statements and strategies in order to re-enact a profes- 
sional trial. Not only is this a great experience, bu*t is 
also an exciting, and ruthless 



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competition. 

When Manoah Finston, a four-year partici- 
pant, was asked if students should get involved, In 
answered, "Absolutely! It's a great experience fa 
public speaking, acting, learning how to form ai 
argument, critical thinking, improv, etc. And its fun 
too!" 

Students from all grades participate in Mock Tria 
this year; the team now consists of Anna Batle 
Brian Sperber, Marina Zeltser, Manoah Finsto 
(attorneys) Adam Shai, Adam Sherman, Alex Peyse: 
Ryan Russikoff, Adam Gilson, and Jamie Weism, 
(witnesses). The team's hard work helped them ti 
advance to the Union County Finals. 



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In its second year, the Jonathan Dayton Junior 
State of America chapter managed to make its presence 
felt throughout the Mid Atlantic State. Last year, Day- 
ton hardly contributed to conventions. This year - that 
changed. At the Philadelphia Fall State Convention, the 
first major convention of the year, Dayton came out 
strong. Chapter President Andy Title received his first 
ever Best Speaker award, while Chapter Founder, and 
newly elected New Jersey Region Vice Mayor, Andrzej \ 
Moczydlowski picked up his seventh and eighth 
Manoah Finston also came within only a few votes of 
receiving his first ever. The chapter even broke its 1 
own records and brought over twenty students to the 



three day Winter State Convention in Washington, DC. Chapter 
founders Title, Moczydlowski, and Stigliano thank advisors Manj 
Cokeing and Frank Sanchez for much of the success and while all ttiree- 
graduate this year, they hope that the younger members will continue 
to keep fighting the political apathy that the club was created toT 
counteract. 



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The National Art Honor Society has been an 
active part of our high school for the past 
three years. Thanks to the mentoring of Mrs. 
Delikaris, this club takes an active part of 
painting the windows of Kings grocery store 
and working on after school projects. It's 
nice to see their creativity displayed in 
various showcases around the school. 
Making "ceramic Valentine-grams seems 
to be the club's specialty. Currently, the 
students are learning more about web 
design, and with the help of their 
Webmaster, hope to be able to create 
their own pages and eventually post 
their graphic art on the web. We will be 
seeing the work of these talented stu- 
dents in a museum some day. 

Left: Jimmy and Adam have fun 
while creating websites. 

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entire art 
club. 

Far left: 
Lindsey 
paints the 
Kings 
ogo on 
the front 
window 
of the 
Short 
Hills' 
Kings 
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Left: Dan 
Courtney , 
Jacqueline, 
Marisa, 
Brandon, 
and Chris 
paint the 
window s 
for the 
holiday 
season. 



Left: Board members Dina, Ark, Elana, and 
Adam, prepare for their meeting. 



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Current Members: 



Officers: 



Jenna Alifante 
Jonathan Au 
Anna Batler 
Allison Canton 
Devon Dorn 
Manoah Finston 
Sean Frank 
Ashley Goldberg 
Sherri Grobarz 
Joseph Kahoonei 
Allison Lau 
Jamie Neville 
Chandni Patel 
Jared Preston 
Brian Sperber 
Cassondra Smith 
Andrew Title 
Elana Toboul 
Theodore Young 
Mallory Zambolla 
Marina Zeltser 
Valerie Zlotsky 

Inductees: 



President: Jamie Neville 

Vice President: Allison Lau 

Secretary: Jenna Alifante 

Treasurer/ Historian: Sherri Grobarz 



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Theodore Chelis 
Cheng Chen 
Anthony DeNicolo 
Amie Faigenbaum 
Larry Fish 
Amanda Garlen 
Rachel Goldman 
Inez Gradzki 
Andrea Handeli 
Timothy Homlish 
Drew Krumholz 
Nicole Lay 
Lisa Listowski 
Steven Luksenberg 
Danielle Mack 
Alyssa Mason 
Jake Morano 
Margaret Mysliwiec 
liana Nahmias 
Ana Rodriguez 
Erica Rosenbaum 
Svetlana Sandler 
Danielle Schwartz 
Genny Schwarzberg 
David Sklar 
Sarah Steinman 
Matthew Traum 




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CLUBS 93 



C« <« * '* * * 



A great deal of work goes into 
the production of the yearbook, 
which is created entirely by the 
Yearbook class under the helpful 
eye of Miss Schlesinger. Every- 
thing from taking pictures, writ- 
ing articles, and the laying out of 
pages using Adobe PageMaker 
is completed by Dayton students. 
This year's mystery theme was 
formed by Harry Marks at the 
end of last year and has been 
developed further by the year- 
book class through creative 
icons and captions that relate 
to the theme. 

Editors Matt Schachtel, 
Andrzej Moczydlowski, and 
Darcy Ginsberg spent countless hours 
before, during, and after school working towards the 
success of this year's yearbook. Financial Advisor Mrs. 
Francois and Yearbook Advisor Miss Schlesinger put in 
a great deal of their time to help make the yearbook as 
successful as possible; the yearbook production would be 
nothing without their assista/ice. The yearbook staff 
should be _ 

applauded 




for 
hard 
and 
tion. 
Right: 



their 
work 
devo- 



Editors 

Andrzej 

Moczydlowski 

and Matt 

Schachtel, with 

Assistant 

Editor Darcy 

Ginsberg do it 

all! 



94 CLUBS 




Ri^ht: Photo Editor 

Romelia Freydel 

and Assistant Photo 

Editor Jacqueline 

\\ eiss male sure 

\ mi look vour best 

in every photo. 





Above: Marina and Andy plan for next month's issue 



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Entering September 2002, the Dawg 

Print staff was rewarded for the hard work 

they put in last year. On the first day of 

school, Editors-in-Chief Marina Zeltser and 

Kshitija Sharma were delighted as Mrs. 

Rooney-Kuhn, the advisor of the Dawg 

Print, showed them a new 1-Mac sitting in 

the newspaper office - a reward from the 

Board of Education for the hard work 

that the staff put forth last year. 

This year's editorial board con- 
sisted of many veteran staffers. Jenna 
Alifante returned this year to head up 
her Features section while Manoah 
Finston came back to run Op/Ed. 
Andrzej Moczydlowski came back as 
Photo Editor, and Allison Canton took 
over News. Both Zeltser and Sharma 
returned to head up the paper as a whole. 
The 2002-2003 editions of the 
Dawg Print tackled many different 
issues. Articles ranged from high 
school issues to the issues affecting 
the whole world. With the wide vari- 
ety of topics, it had. something for 
everyone. On any given day, the staff 
of the Dawg Print was very likely to 
working in the office. Next year 
the work ethic ex- 
emplified by this 
year's staff will be 
continued by un- 
derclassmen like 
Drew Krumholz, 
Teddy Chelis, and 
Taylor Sabinsky. 

Top left: Manoah 
and Andrzej \\ ork 
on next month s 

publication. 

Middle: The 
Staff notes on 
what the topics 
the) need to 
( o\ er. 

fenna 
* ondiu ts a 
I >awg Print 
meeting 

CLUBS 95 



Football 



Although Dayton no longer has a football 
team of its own, some of our guys have been 
very successful this year playing Co-Op with 
Brearley's Bears in Kenilworth. They've all had 
such a great season with the coaching and 
advising of Scott Miller, who once coached at 
A.L. Johnson. After a perfect season, the Bears 
made it to the North Jersey Section 2 Group 1 
playoffs; however, their csuccession of wins 
had come to a hault. They concluded their 
successful season with a 9 - 1 record. 

Seniors Joe Kahoonei, Amir Bethea, Sean 
Appicella, Jake Moranco, Lamont Congery, 
junior Tim Cubuku, and sophomore Chris 
Bauknight added some Dawg power and 
strength to Brearley's Bears. Hard work, 
determination, and great tactics aided in a 
very successful season. % 



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Above: Sean has his 
game face on. 

Right: Joe is eager 
to play. 






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far/ 9 ' 698 ** 
kahoonei gets 

him. 
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sidelines. 




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Anthem play before the start of the game. 




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run the ball. 

Above: "Yes, another goal!" 

Left: The team gathers for a 
group huddle after another 
successful game. 

Below: Tim contemplates 
strategies before he gets on 
the field. 





ready K> & e 
game- 

Left: Star*S 

a\v/ays ar 
effective 

tactic- 



SPORTS 99 



. Fall Cheerleadiri 



This year's fall cheerleading squad at 
Jonathan Dayton haD so much spirit and 
integrity. Even though they didn't run out 
and score goals, or call plays, they still lifted 
up the spirits of the fans. The fall cheerleaders 
were able to work together to come up with 
the best routines and give their best out on the 
field. This year's varsity squad consisted of 
captains Kristin Griffin and Jen Rego, senior 
Crystal O'Dell, juniors Kristy Neumeister, 
Ashley Tiss, Rachel Millman, and liana 
Nahmias, sophomores Jaclyn Salant, Taylor 
Sabinsky, Jamie Rutkowski, Ginger Crosby, 
freshmen Linda Cinicolo and Julie Nittolo. 

Not -only did the varsity cheerleaders 
keep the crowd going, the JV squad cheered 
its heart out as well. The JV squad consisted of captains Laura 
Fraenkel and Jessica Girandola, Sophomore Elisa Corey, fresh- 
men Kerri Griffin, Jaclyn Laurencelle, and Inga Schwartz. Re- 
gardless of the outcome of a game, these peppy girls managed to 
keep the players' spirits high. 

Far right: 

Ashley 

cheers on 

the Dawgs. 

Right: Jen 
Rego and 
Kristin 
Griffin 
take a 
photo after 
winning 
the mega- 
phone. 



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Above: Captains Kristin and Jen get 
the crowd going. 

Left: Rachel can "get down, get 
rough, get mean." 



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SPORTS 101 



Boys Soccer 

The boys soccer team finished this year with 
their best season ever since deregionalizing from 
Kenilworth. Under the coaching of Felix Fabiano 
and assistant Steve Griffiths, the team completed 
their season with a 9-4-4 record. This year, Dayton 
went in to the season with 10 seniors, losing only 
two seniors from the previous year. The "team lived 
up to their goals of making the Union County 
Tournament and the North Jersey Section 2 Group 
1 Playoffs. In the county tournament, the team lost 
its first round match to G.L. in a very competitive 
and close game. The boys also lost their first round t 
state tournament game to Kinnelon in a close match. 

After, a 2-3 start to the season, the team then 
went on to win or tie their next 1 1 games. Late in the 
season, the Dayton team was able to overcome its 
greatest obstacle by tying a tough Group 4 team 
from Bayonne H.S. Offensively, the team was led 
by forward Carlos Soto and mid-fielders Matt 
Schachtel and Joe Bianco. More offense was pro- 
vided by Dan Jamnik, Teddy Young, and Andrzej 
Moczdlowski. Dayton's strong defense consisted 
of fullbacks Andrew Title and Brad Shortall. Senior 
goaltender Mike Nittolo allowed only 22 goals this 
season, a very respectable number. Dayton soccer 
will miss its 10 graduating seniors and will have to- 
rebuild the varsity squad -next season. The team 
looks forward to next year and hopes to reach its 
goal of a winning season. 



Varsit 




Left to Right (top row): Manager Angela Agostinelli, Coach 
Fabiano, Manager Carol Rodriguez, Joe Bianco, Andy Title, 
Andrzej Moczydlowski, Mike Nittolo, Brad Shortall, Carlos 
Soto, Luis Soto (middle row): Boris Pivtorak, Marco Pannella, 
Matt Sauerhoff, Matt Schachtel, Dan Jamnik, Mike Tiss, 
Helmi Abdelaziz (bottom row): Dimetry Tereshchuk, Kaliff 
Mohamad, Ted Young, Roy Lin, Jon Denning 



Junior Varsity 



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defenders... again. 



Above: Matt shows off his 

fancy footwork while 
blowing past the defender. 



Above: Mike looks up field 
for an open teammate. 



102 SPORTS 



N. Plainfield 
Hillside 
Elizabeth 
Manville 
Brearley 
Roselle Park 
Oratory Prep. 
Cedar Grove 
Newark Tech. 
Roselle 
Brearley 
Oratory Prep. 
Newark Tech. 
Bayonne 
Roselle 
Manville 
Roselle Park 



Dayton 

1 



2 
1 
3 

2 
4 
3 
5 
3 
3 
1 
2 
4 
2 
1 
2 

39 GF 



Opponent 

2 


2 
2 
3 
3 

1 

2 
1 


2 
1 
2 
1 
22 GA 



Union County Tournament 
G.L. 2 

North II Group I State Tournament 

Kinnelon 2 



Captains 

Carlos Soto Joe Bianco 

Andy Title Mike Nittolo 



Most Goals 

Carlos Soto 
Most Assists 
Matt Schachtel 
Most Shutouts 

Mike Nittolo 



Goals Assists 

13 

5 13 

5 shutouts 



Points 

26 

23 



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Top left: Dayton boys get 
pumped up before the game. 

Bottom left: Andy sends the 
ball up field. 



Top right: Joe does the can-can kick. 

Bottom right: Matt and #3 are 

future "Attached at the Hip" 

winners. 







SPORTS 103 



Girls Soccer 



This year's girls soccer team, coached 
by Mr. Cozza and Mr. Kindler had a very 
respectable final record of 8-5-4. Led by 
top scorers Cristin Zavocki and Jill 
DeAngelis, each with 8 goals for the sea- 
son, the team never lost by more than 4 
goals. Standout junior goaltender Sara* 
Steinman had a total of 7 shutouts for the 
season. Junior Lindsey Brahm led the 
strong defense which landed her a spot 
in the Mountain Valley Conference 1 st 
Team. Other team members to make 
it were Sara Steinman, Cristin 
Zavocki, freshman Alexia Moriello, 
and sophomore Cassie Title. 

Consisting mostly of under- 
classmen players, the few seniors 
that do play for the team, Kara Christ- 
mas, Juliana Stravato, Staci Max, and 
Chandni Patel, will t?e greatly missed 
next season. There will be some 
tough cleats to fill next year. How- 
ever, with such amazing underclass- 
men ability, the team is sure to con- 
tinue its success. c\**- 



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I think we're 

missing 

someone 

from our 

wall!" 



Below: 

Cristin tries 

not to laugh 

at Bitsy's 

plan. 



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Above: Kara takes out her 
anger on the ref . 



Above: Jill fights to get to the 
ball first. 



Kicking the Evidence Aside 



Varsity 





Above: Goalie Sara Steinman sends the bal 
field to the rest of the team. 

Left: Coach Cozza talks to the team at half-time 
while Kindler looks for the lost soccerball. 




SPORTS 108 



Cross 



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had a s^^^T 88 ^1 
Mr Bvrne h T 7 glr]S team ' coached by 

Mv,r amaZln ^ 6 ~ 2 season. Margaret 

Jennifer Gianas, the team will definifelv h« 
very strong season next year. 7 ^ a 

The boys team, coached bv Mr Ko 7I1 h a i u j 

sion. 

Overall, 

Dayton's 

Cross 

Country 

team took 

some 

serious 

"strides" 

this year to 

be the best. 



Right: Phi 

cramps up 

after a tough 

meet. 



Girls 




Left to Right (top row): Coach Byrne, Dalila Boclin, Melissa 
Bookbinder, Lindsay Coughlin, Margaret Mysliwiec 
(bottom row): Jill Kuzma, Lindsey Krumholz, Jennifer 
Gianas, Alyssa Montouri 



Right: 
Dalila and 
Lindsay 
laugh their 
way 
through. 
the meet. 



106 SPORTS 




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Running from the 
Scene of the Grime 

Left: Alyssa thinks of what she is going to buy at 
the mall when she finishes the race. 

Left (2nd photo): Neck and neck, Jeremy and 
Anthony fight for first place. 



Bclozv: Tim runs his way to 
another victory with ease. 



Beloiv: Jphn can't believe he's 
about to win race. 



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Left (3rcTphoto): Dr. Mahler times 
the runners, ... or is he playing 
around with the library scanner. 
Left (4th photo): Margaret runs at 
the speed of light, and then some. 

Left (~>th photo): Lindsey can't stop laughing 
at how far behind the other team is. 



Above: The boys team has a quick 
pep talk before running the race 



SPORTS 107 



This year's vollevh^i, *"***•*■ 

"S season finis hing X h a, '^ m h^ a " ^az- 
Coaeh Scarpelli and Coach mT ° f 8 ' la With 
team, the gi ris have madt SO " gUidill 8 «* 
°™°, ^ beginning oft ? mUCh P ro S^ 
^ar' s captains, flissa W T^ Also ^ 
Listowski, had a la™ aiters ™d Lisa 

J"*** Varsity Co ^ 7 P * Ct °» ** team's 
"ave become a fan! n *' sa ^ * We 
won more g ames ^ « *e court. We have 
years combined " X than m y fet three 

P^t weaCssef "one TZ™* "»"* ofi * 
nes seswehav ne o t he major 

°fter on the court " add Tr T trust <* each 

^Varsity Coach Co fiSj* ^^Pelli. Jun 

* «* girls came ^ ™ ^kon says, "Many 

fee. They were not m!T Wm S P ,a yed be- 

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108 SPORTS 



Above: Lisa performs a 
spectacular bump. 



Below: Lisa and Elissa are 
proud to be this year's captains. 




\bove (2nd photo): Tina bumps 
with ease. 

\bove (3rd photo): Andrea gets 
down for the ball. 



Serving Up the Glues 




Left to right (top row) Coach Nelson, Kena Mena, Angela 
Ramson, Jessica Roland, Chistina Leshko, Diana Analuisa, 
Angie Heiba, Coach Scarpelli (middle row) Lauren 
Ginsberg, Melissa Guida, Janine Grieco, Marika Kakounis, 
Andrea Handeli, Shira Weinstein, Erika Kirton, Shaina 
Goldberg (bottom row) liana Gutman, Jacqueline Weiss, 
Nicole Diament, Catherine LoSchiavo 




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Below: Elissa 
Walters dives for 
the ball. 




Above: Nicole bumps the ball 
over the net with ease. 

Left: Danielle practices to 
make her pancake perfect 

SPORTS 109 



Sirfs 



a ndS;itn7^ e h r' C « ChedbyBii,Pri -o 
record of 8-10. The ean \ ° ^ T™" With a 
bers, W!ih only foto nT e l 0ftenmem - 
dassmen. Thisyear sca l e '" g U PP er 

Val Zlotsky andse'T f Werefc ^gles 
^o led trie te d a ~ Zf : JamieNeV ^ 
'credible leadership ski nT™* and 
Position was held bv n ^ thlrd Sin S ies 
Wilkenfeld. First do,, J S ° phom ° r e Abby 

Rachel Go, dm n n rCass ie W F a \r PriSed «* 
°nd doubles of Rachel n? ^' a " d sec " 

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multitalented - 

she watches 

another match 

while playing 

hers. 



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tries an under- 
hand approach. 





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Above: Jamie 
laughs at her 
coach who just 
fell down on 
the other side 
of the net. 

Far left: Amanda 
shows off her 
new dance step. 

Left: Ashley's 
got this ball in 
the bag. 



Far left: Rachel smiles 
because she knows she is 
about to hit an un return- 
able shot. 

/ eft: Rachel tries to 
defend famie who jusl 
got snagged b\ Coach 
Baron for Stealing tennis 

halls. 



SPORTS 111 



Winter Cheerleadin 

If you plan on cheerleading, winter is the 
time to do it. From competitions to exciting games, 
the cheerleading squad covers it all. Winter cheer- 
leaders practice long hours to perfect compli- 
cated moves for games and competitions. Their 
self-confidence, dedication, ability to work well 
with one another, and spirit shine through while 
cheering courtside. 

Led by captains Kristin Griffin and Jen 
Rego, the winter cheerleading squad has never 
looked better. Seniors Jamie Neville, with her 
pep, and Anthony Rodriguez, with his gym- 
nastic ability, help run the show as well. An- 
thony, jDur only male cheerleader, not only 
catches the spectators off guard because he's 
actually on the squad, but shocks them with 
his tumbling skills. However, newcomer Kerri 
Griffin has some fantastic tumbling skills of 
her own, so Anthony, you better watch out. 

With each- year, the winter cheerlead- 
ers plan to work harder and get better, but the 
loss of four of their strongest leaders, Jen, 
Kristin, Jamie, and Anthony, will be sorely 
missed. Go Dawgs! 



112 SPORTS 




,m the bleachers. 



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Below: Seniors Kristin Griffin, Anthony 
Rodriguez, Jen Rego, and Jamie Neville bond 
together at one oftheir last basketball games. 



5>Uow the Pom-Poms 




SPORTB 113 



Boys Basketball 

This year, Dayton's Boys Basketball team demon- 
strated total team effort. The Dawgs displayecha great 
deal of skill at every position, making them competitive 
in every game. Coached by Justin Petino and Andrew 
Huber, the team showed heart, desire, and the will to put 
it on the line every night, giving everything they had. 
Captains Mike Nittolo and Tim Homlish put their all into 
each practice and game, setting an excellent example to 
the younger players. The 2002-2003 Boys Basketball 
season was a memorable one. 



Riglit: Captain Tim Homlish tries to 
get the ball to an open teammate. 

Right: Coach Petino 
tries to rally the troops 
during a timeout. 




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Above: Mike 

Tiss looks to 

dish the ball 

as he 

dribbles 

past the 

defender. 

Right: Coach 

Petino and 

Coach Huber 

rely on the 

help of 

managers 

Staci Max and 

Mallory 

Zambolla. 



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Right: Sophomore Raul Furnaguera tries to 
position himself tor the rebound. 





Left to right (top row) Coach Huber, Michael Luciano, Lindsay 
Stearns, Brian Stitt, Raul Furnaguera, David Levine, Coach Petino 
(bottom row) Anthony DeNicolo, Jordon Gerber, Amir Bethea, 
Michael Nittolo, Tim Homlish, Michael Tiss, Stephen King 



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SPORTS 115 



Girls 
Basketball 

The girls basketball team 
ended the season with an im- 
pressive record of 18-5. Along 
with their impressive record, they 
also came in first in the Tri-county 
Christmas Tournament. Seniors, 
Val Zlotsky, Iyeisha Gordon, and 
Kate Ciullo all helped to contrib- 
ute to the team's success through- 
out the season. They will be 
missed, but the talented under- 
classmen, are sure to continue 
with the team's amazing success. 

This year, junior Lisa 
Listowski, had her career high of . 
17 points during the home game 
against Oak Knoll. Lisa said that 
was her favorite memory from 
this season. Positively thinking, 
Lisa says, "Kate, Iyeisha, and Val 
were great players and will be 
missed on next year's team, but I 
am very confident in the players 
that will still be here next year to 
bring us to the top!" _ 





Left to Right (top row): Kate Ciullo, Katelyn Vivirito, Lisa Listowskij | 
Margaret Mysliwiec, and Iyiesha Gordon (middle row) Dara Poltrockl 
Amanda DiCocco, Andrea Handeli, Val Zlotsky, and Michelle Tomasinc i 
(bottom row) Sara Steinman, Lyndsey Brahm, and Cristin Zavocki 




Above: (Left to Right) Seniors Kate 

Ciullo, Val Zlotsky, and Iyiesha 

Gordon will be missed next 



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STVTS 



Jorth Plainfield 25 Dayton 

addle Brook 33 Dayton 

Ellington 22 Dayton 

[oselle Park 41 Dayton 

loselle 54 Dayton 

)ak Knoll 53 Dayton 

,Jew Providence 31 Dayton 

oselle Park 38 Dayton 

j)ak Knoll 41 Dayton 

[Jew Providence 37 Dayton 

found Brook 21 Dayton 

jlillside 46 Dayton 

IJewark Tech. 31 Dayton 

)hnson 37 Dayton 

"entral 38 Dayton 

|t. Mary's 34 Dayton 

rearley 29 Dayton 

|Jorth Plainfield 25 Dayton 

hnson (county) 38 Dayton 

\l Plainfield 25 Dayton 

anville 45 Dayton 

ligh Point 38 Dayton 

rearley (states)35 Dayton 

I. Warren (states) 62 Dayton 

Final Record: 18 - 5 



38 
50 

49 
69 
58 
36 
57 
60 
35 
41 
47 
52 
62 
41 
63 
49 
74 
45 
34 
45 
64 
34 
51 
60 



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Top left: Val dribbles down the court Top right: Sara, point guard, calls 
staying away from her opponents. the shots. 



Bottom left: Lisa leaps for the 
rebound. 



Bottom right: Dara shoots over her 
opponents. 





Above: Amanda DiCocco shoots a foul 
shot as everyone looks on. 

Left: Captains Sara and I \ ndsey pose for 
a picture before a big game. — 



SPORTS 117 



Last season Jonathan Dayton Ice Hockey set 
many records, yet with the departure of all time 
scoring leader Adam Cohen, many people did not 
believe that the 2002-2003 team could surpass the 
feats of the previous year. They were wrong. Ending 
the season with more wins than ever before, Dayton 
managea advanced to the final round of the confer- 
ence playoffs. In the Star Ledger Central Jersey 
Hockey Game of the Year, Dayton upset Montclair 
Kimberley Academy for the Central Blue Confer- 
ence Championship. 

The Star Ledger Central 
Jersey Line of Year, consisting of 
senior captains Brett Berger and 
Ross Kravetz, as well as senior 
Andrzej Moczydlowski, led the 
team to a season which shocked 
a conference that had heavily 
underestimated Dayton's poten- 
tial. Central Jersey Coach of the 
Year Dean Yack found scoring 
leaders in players who once 
played a purely defensive game. 
Both Kravetz and Moczydlowski 
found the scoring ability when 
they once were thought to have 
only defensive skills. With their 
departure the team looked to 
seniors Jared Preston and Eric 
Decter for the protection of goalie 
Mike Rodrigues. Rodrgiuas' 
solid performance in net earned 
him a place on the All Central 
Jersey Third Team - only three 
players from Dayton's confer- 
ence made the Central Jersey list. 

While these seniors were 
fundamental to the team's suc- 
cess, they could never have done 
it without support. During scor- 
ing slumps, the second line of 
Steve Mandel, Paul 

J^eokumovich, and Richard 
Kolovyansky could be depended 
on to put the puck in the net. 
When both lines needed a break, 
seniors Jeff Schultz, Matt 
Schachtel, and Josh Wolkoff were 
always there. 

This championship season 
was another record-breaking 
year for Dayton Hockey, and 

118 SPORTS 



Ice Hockey 



with the departure of a huge amount of seniors, ne <l 
season will once again be a challenge. But in the 
words of goalie Mike Rodrigues, "This year we werf 
expected to be nothing. We took that to heart and 
went out to prove everyone wrong. Dayton's alwave 
been good at playing the underdog. We ahvav- 
played with nothing to lose and everything to gain " 
He is confident that next year's team will follow 
tradition and do the same. 




Left to right (top row): Asst. Coach John Taliercio, Head Coach Dean Yack, Dre 
Reilly, David Sklar, Matt Parman, Rob Carrol, Josh Wolkoff, Andrzej "Ze 
Moczydlowski, Justin McElroy, Eric Decter, Ross Kravetz (captain), Jared Presto 
Brett Berger (captain), Asst. Coach Tim Kauffers, Asst. Coach Anthony Cham 
(bottom row) Greg Stefanelli, PaulLeokumovich, Jeff "Bubba" Schultz, Steven Mand^ | 
Mike "Rogers" Rodrigues, Neil Hinkes, Matt Schachtel, Richard Kolovyansky, Co. . 
Berger, (not pictured) Managers Marnie Fish, Rachel Goldman, liana Nahmias, ai 
Rachel Millman 





Above: JV captains Jeff and Matt glide down the ice on breakaways. 



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bove: Eric sets up for a cross check, 
and a trip to the penalty box. 



Above: Jared attempts to dump 
the puck out of the zone. 



Above: Mike goes down before 
the puck even gels in the /one. 



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Although 2003 winter track team 
had a rough season, one of its biggest 
accomplishments was winning a race at a 
conference meet. They could not do this 
without their coaches Mr. Byrne, Mr. 
Cozza, and Mr. Kozub. The events that 
the Dayton team competed in were the 55 
meter dash, 55 meter hurdles, 400 meter, 
1600 meter, and 3200 meter relay, as well 
as the shot-put and high jump categories. 

Many team members were con- 
tent with their performance this year but 
anticipate working even harder next year. 
Sophomore Jimmy Cottage is happy to 
say that he had more endurance since the 
beginning of the season, but hopes to run 
faster and throw the shot-put farther next year. He participated both in the shot-put and the 200 run categories 
but enjoyed the shot-put category better because "there is less work involved. 

Seniors Teddy Young and Erich Buthmann are greatly admired by all, specificallv, Kyle Canton. "Thej 
built the team up and helped us to do better. They will be missed next season." Thinking about next seasoj 
without these two athletes, sophomore Jimmy Cottage fondly recalls one highlight of the season, "When one 
of our opponents dropped a shot-put right behind Erich Buthmann while he was about to throw. As a resulj 
he did not do very well!" This moment, amongst others, will never be forgotten by fellow teammates. 




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but a Poland Spring sponsoi 



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Left: Dayton tack star keeps 
her pace to win the race. 

Below: Alyssa is reaching for 
the mat, not the stars. 




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Above: Phil makes hurdling look so easy. 

Left: Cassie pulls a Matrix move and Leaps to \ r ton 



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Wrestlin: 



[raining to be a wrestler could be summed up in break the 'quickest pin' record next year," stated 
two words- hard work and intense Jonathan Dayton Rego. 

wrestlers, Joe Kahoonei, Jon Rego, Joe Rodriguez, Aside from the extensive training program^ 

Mike I aw son, Derek Seigel and Danny Kahoonei are and wresting matches, some spectators might won 
co-opted with David Brearley High School. In order to der about their uniforms. Instead of theclassic "shorts 
win a match, the player must hold the opponent's and a T-shirt", wrestlers must wear confining spandex 
shoulders to the mat for three seconds, or he can suits to prevent having inference with hanging cloth 
simply win by acquiring more points than the oppo- ing during a match. When asked how he felt about' 
nent. The points are distributed based on the imple- wearing Spandex, being caught off guard by the 
mentation of certain wrestling maneuvers. question, Joe Kahoonei responded jokingly, "It's... 

These Day ton athletes exercise and li ft six days nice. Everyone should try it at least once." It's nice to 
a week in order to gain or lose weight to be eligible for know that these hard working Conference Champi 
a given weight class. Although the wrestlers are very ons (beating New Providence and Cranford) have a] 
serious about the sport and do all they can to be sense of humor. Joe Kahoonei, Dayton's only senio' 
successful on the mat, the coach does not put pressure wrestler, will be missed next year, 
on them to gain or lose the weight; it 
is their decision 

Jon Rego, a junior with a very 
promising record, has trained for 
years <\no\ his training paid off Early 
in the season Jon had pinned an op- 
ponent so quickly , that he was only 2 
seconds shy of obtaining a record for 
the quickest pin. He's got one more 
vear to do it before he graduates. ( 

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Brearley vs. MilJburn 

Columbia 

Dover 

Verona 

Glen Ridge 

Ridge 

Roselle Catholic 

Cranford 

Roselle Park 

Rahvvay 

Governor Livingston 

North Plainheld 

A -L. Johnson 

Newark Central 

Oratory 

Bound Brook 
New Providence 
oarringer 
Irvington 
Hanover Park 
Manville 
New Providence 
Koselle Park 



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Down tin: 
Facts 

Left: "Tickle fight!" 

Below (left): Mike Lawson has 
nothing but love for his opponent. 

Below: Check out Joe's massive arms. 




Left: John Rego 
takes his stance. 




Far left: foe) 
Rodriguez won't gift 

up until In' w ms the match. 



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The 2002-2003 JDHS swim team ended the season with a 4-4 team record and unfortunately didn't set an 
individual records this year. They admit that their toughest opponents this season were swimmers frd 
Morristown -Beard and Governor Livingston. However, when asked to describe this year's team, Matt Stiglia 
(Co-captain) replied, "Our team is very young and inexperienced, but there is a great deal of potential and des 
in our hearts." 

Even though there were many new shim- 
mers on the team, they were able to pull to- 
gether and face their challenges with the help 
of both captains (Seniors John Cottage and 
Matt Stigliano), as well as the encouragement 
from Asst. Coach Mason and Head Coach 
McCullough. "Coach McCullough is an ex- 
ceptional coach who knows everything there 
is to know about the sport and is very motiva- 
tional. She stresses the importance of having 
fun," is how Matt described her while remi- 
niscing about playing polo at practice. 

The team's practices were held four times a 
week at the Union Boys and Girls Club from 
7:45pm to 9:00pm, and as a result, new friend- 
ships were established and each member was 
able to express his love for the sport. 

When asked what could be expected in years 
to come Coach McCullough replied, "We are 
looking forward to three moresyears of success 
with the up and com- 
ing freshmen." 

Right: 

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SOME WORDS OF 

ADVICE FROM OUR 

SENIOR CAPTAINS.. 

"Work hard kids 

and don't drown! 

~ Matt Stigliano 

"Keep your heads 

above the water!" 

~ John Cottage 



124 SPORTS 




Ahoir: Matt t.ikc^ ont 

more stroke for the 

lead. 



Diving into the Chilling Evidence 



?low: Jen strives to pull ahead in the "race against Union. 




QyxBitastics 

The gymnastics team accomplished a great deal this year 
and hopes to do the same next year. Teamed with Brearley, 
the girls worked extremely hard for about an hour and a half 
everyday after school throughout the entire season. Even 
though the gymnasts attended two different schools, the girls 
managed to still get along regardless. Lisa Cypcar, a member 
of the team, explains, "This" year we all bonded more than in 
past years and all the girls really care." 

The gymnasts participate in various events such as the 
balance beam, uneven bars, vault, and floor exercise. Al- 
though they form a great gymnastics team, the girls still have 
weaknesses they would like to improve upon, such as not 
giving up when they are discouraged and trying not to be so 
nervous prior to and during a performance. 

All the girls possess confidence - "a necessary quality," 
according to the team members. The girls' hopes for future 
seasons are to win more meets and recruit more girls. 




Above: The 

combined 

Dayton/ 

Brearley team 

prepare for 

their meet. 

Right Lisa is 

flexible 

enough to slip 

through the 

cracks. 









Below: "If I stand like a statue, mavbe 
I they won't recognize me." 



126 SPORTS 



Ri^hl: .Alexandria scales the 
beam and poses with ^oise. 




We Finally Found The Only 
Bowlers at Dayton 

Although there were originally four members, only 
I o were determined enough to remain part of the Day- 
I i/Brearley bowling team: Ben Green and Andrew Nadel. 
' lese two survivors practiced bi-weekly, and on tourna- 
i ent days they concentrated on- freeing their minds, 
fchile staying focusecf on the game, they tried not to forget 
jfeir reason for playing, the love of the sport. 








DO NOT 



Ex « stin9 Bowling 



One of the best memories these Dayton 
bowlers have is the time the team crushed Union 
Catholic in a tournament. Although beating Union 
Catholic was one of their only huge accomplish- 
ments, these inspired bowlers, consisting of 17 
Brearley bowlers and 2 Dayton bowlers, never 
gave up. Ben Green, one of our key bowlers, is 
only a freshman, but has great 
potential for growth in the up- 
coming years. When asked 
.how he achieved his high score 
of 135, Ben claimed, "1 con- 
^ centrate and stay focused 

solely on. the game." 

Owning their own 
bowling balls and shoes helps 
contribute to their confidence 
and consistency of their over- 
all performances. However, 
Ben and Andrew look at the 
game as more of a leisure sport 
compared to other teams who 
participate more competi- 
tively. Be sure to look for Ben 
and Andrew sometime in the 
future on an outside bowling 
league. 




Above: Ben Green 
and* Andrew Nadel 
"strike" a pose 
knowing- they are the 
last two Dayton 
bowlers. 

Left: Dr. 
Mahler mistakes 
this octopus as 
as oversided 
bowling ball. 





The Jonathan Dayton 2003 track team was looking forward to an exciting season and the opportunity 
to be outdoors after a cold snowy winter. "I am surprised at how many students joined this year/' stated 
Agata Jackiewicz. 

Players on the track team are dedicated and motivated, as seen by their daily practices at the Millburn 
High School. Considering the turnout of this year's team, the coaches expected the team to be even more 
successful than in previous years. The team competed against various schools within the region and was 
confident in its abilities. 



Due to all the team mem- 
bers' hard work and dedication, 
the coaches were confident that 
their team would give their all 
this year. Victory and achieve- 
ment are all this team has ac- 
complished over this season, 
and they hope to pass it along to 
future team members and track 
seasons to come. 



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Above: Deviji runs 
to keep one step ' 
ahead of the rest. 

Right: Teddy runs to 

see who ishiding in 

the distance. 

/ ar right: Buthmann is 

light on his feet while 

throwing the shot-put. 



128 SPORTS 




Right to left: (top row) Mr. Byrne, Alex Gray, Zak Kaston, Ross Kivowitz, Stuart 
Maslow, Marco Pamella, Thomas Rufolo, Ryan Lantler, Erich Buthmann, Andrzej 
Moczydlowski, John Cottage, Andrew Title, Theodore Young, Michael Szcepanski, 
Mr. Cozza (middle row) Paul Belliveau, Melissa Guida, Kathy Dymek, Marisa Proto, 
Alissa Montouri, Genny Schwarzberg, Raquel Mendez, Dalila Boclin, Melissa 
Bookbinder, Lindsay Schuckman, Deviji-Ann Ramdeen, Chynah McKay, James 
Cottage (bottom row) Justin O'Connor, Jillian Kuzma, Andrea Handeli, Cassie Title, 
Amanda Garlen, Jackie Laurencelle, Renu Shan, Maria Inneo, Lyndsey Krumholz, 
Brad Kaston 




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Kindler 
gives the 
teammates 
an encour- 
aging pep 
talk. 



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SPORTB 129 



BASEBALL 



The 2003 baseball team, led by the seniors, were 
on top of their toes this year. The team gracefully 
accepted the new coaching staff, were eager to hear the 
new coaching strategies, and were prepared to take 
the field. Head 



Coach Huber, 
Assistant 
Coach Petino, 
and Assistant 
Coach Loeffler 
brought pride 
to the program 
this year, hav- 
ing all played 
at Dayton at 
onetime. They 
taught the 
team how to 
win as a team 
and not as in- 
dividuals. 

This year, 
there were 



many seniors 
on the team 
who helped 
out greatly, as 
well as a lot of 



HIT THEM WITH THE 
HIGHT STICKS 

younger players who gained much experience. T 
juniors and a couple of key sophomores stepped 
in some big games and filled in the gaps for the tea 
Senior Matt Stigliano said, "The team is on the I 

—i and Up." 




Left to Right (top row): Coach Huber, Jeremy Marx, David Sklar, James Cavallaro, 
Steven Cohen, Greg Zinberg, Bryan Stitt, Raul Furnaguera, Michael Nittolo, Matt 
Stipliann. Cnach Pptfnn. Coach T.npfflpr Imiddle mwi Mirhapl Krnnprt. Tpssp 



Fischbein, Donald Cherry, Justin Molinari, Dmytro Tereshchuk, Jake Floyd, Scott 
Chertoff, Anthony Rodriguez, Michael Rodrigues, Cory Berger {bottom row} Sagar 
Patel, Matt Parman, Pat Circelli, Josh Goldman, Steven Tettamonti, Dave Tarullo, 
Mickey Stromeyer, Brandon Stern-Charles, Greg Stefanelli 



It was e j 
dent that th' 




Above: Mike Nittolo selects a 
pitch from his arsenal. 

130 SPORTS 



Above: Stitt calls the perfect 
pitch for the third strike. 



Above: A-Rod snags the ball 
screaming, "uuuuhhhhh!" 



j Left: Jesse catches 
I the ball just in the 
| nick of time. 

Far left: This year's 

^ seniors feel confident 

about their season. 




e: Steve tracks down a fly 
ball in the outfield. 






Above: Sklar anxiously 
awaits a ground ball. 



Above: Mike guns the runner 
out at first. 

SPORTS 131 



The softball team here at Jonathan Dayton is 
made up of players who believe in themselves as a 
team. Outfielder Julie Schneier, when asked what 
she thought of the team replied, "It looks good. 
Playing on the varsity team will be great. We may 
have a shot at winning a conference title." 

"I think we have a good team, 
and there are a lot of freshmen this 
year so it would be good for next 
year," says third baseman Rachel 
Dushkin. 

"I think we are a much more 
improved team and we will play 
much better than last season," stated 
shortstop Sara Steinman. Sara 
Steinman was chosen to be MVP by 
some of her teammates, however 
Sara feels that the team's true MVP 
would have to be "Juliana Stravato 
because she is a leader on the field." 
The girls feel that their toughest 
opponent is Manville. "If we can I 
beat Manville then we can definitely 
win Conference," pitcher Jen Karl 
stated. ^to right:^ 

Next year Ms. Wells, the as- Huberf kristii 
sistant Girls Varsity Basketball Corcione, Kei 



addition to the team because she seems to know what 
she's doing." However, others felt that two coaches 
were quite enough. 

This year's team has what it takes to go all the 
way as a team, and there is nothing that's going to 
stop them from doing so. 






Left to right: (top row) Coach Rennie, Katelyn Viverito, Kate Ciullo, Valerie 
Zlotsky, Nicole Corigliano, Cristin Zavocki, Elissa Walters, Lisa Clark, Rita 
Huber, Kristina Mitjans, Coach Nelson (middle row) Lyndsey Brahm, Annmarie [ 
Corcione, Kerri Griffin, Nicole Diament, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Jennifer Karl, 



softball coaching staff. According 
to Julie, "Ms. Wells would be a good 



Steinman, Alexia Moriello, Jamie Rutkowski, Justine Burke, Bryana Maloney, 
Caitlin Friedlander, Jennifer Santucci 




Below: Juliana crouches for the grounder. 



Above- \ i 



158 SPOHTS 






Left: Jen 
concentrates 
on her next 

pitch. 

Fnr left: Sara 
shows her 
true short- 
stop skills. 

Below. 
Dayton's 
opponents 
don't stand a 
chance with 
Val guarding 
the plate like 
a hawk. 



■i 




left: Julie dashes to first base. 



. ibove: c !oa< h Rennie stops to 
give his infielders a few tips. 



SPORTS 133 



GOLF Take a Sood Swing at the Facts | 

The Dayton golf team, like always, gave its all on the course this season and had a great time. To prepare ^ 
for the matches, they practiced almost everyday, working with different clubs and occasionally playing full- jj 
course practice games. The matches were held at Dayton's home course, Baltusrol, and at county courseN j 
Ashbrook, Oak Ridge, and Galloping Hill. Each match consisted of 9 holes and an average total of 36 par, and 1 , ] 
involved six players from each team playing in groups of four, or two people from each team. Of course, at! | 
every match, players sported their proper golf attire: a polo shirt, khaki pants, and golf shoes with plastic j 
spikes. 

When questioned about the in- 
tensity of the sport, senior Jared 
Preston said that golf is physically 
demanding because, "The 2 Vi mile 
course involves a lot of walking," and 
is mentally intense because, "It's just 
you and the ball, and you can't blame 
anyone else for your mistakes." 

Though the team wanted to 
win every match, they made a point 
to reach their main goal of having 
fun. After all, being on the team 
allowed them to play the game they 
love so much, for free. 



Left to Right (top row): Steven King, Matt Sauerhoff, Brett Berger, Jared Preston (JP). I 
Adam Sherman, Adam Ross, Mr. Steiginga (bottom row) Joe Rodriguez, Josh 
Wolkoff, Michael Tiss, Staci Max, Mallory Zambolla, Jeffrey Schultz, Corey Falkir ( I 




Above: 



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UkA lak os time to eye up ft* 
putt. 



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. 



Below: A hush falls over the crowd as 
Corev is about to take a swing. 




Above: Matt Sauerhott seems like he 
doing more posing than playing. 

Left: Ross thinks a warm head will 
help him to better drive the ball. 



SPORTS 135 



Setting Tangled in the K)et 

The Dayton Boys Tennis Team looked for- 
ward to making it back to where they ended last 
season, but this time, go even farther. Under the 
leadership and coaching of Coach Prisco, Coach 
Baron, and Captain Brian Sperber, the team has 
worked hard every day in hopes of having an- 
other winning season and making it back to the 
State Tournament. With the loss of all three 
singles positions from last year, the team was in 
search of players to step up and fill those spots. 
This season the three singles spots are held, in 
order, by sophomore Brandon Baron, senior 
Brian Sperber, and senior Jon Au. Partners for 
first doubles are Matt Schachtel and Brad 
Shortall, and second doubles are Steve Mandel 
and Matt Traum. The final three members of the 
varsity squad are Leon "the rocket", Yakov 
Schwartzman , and Lam Nguyen. The team 
opened the season with an away match against 
one of their toughest competitor, Arthur L. 
Johnson. With all of the hard pre-season work, 
the team hoped it would payoff and leave them 
with a successful season. 





Left to Right (top row): Matt Schachtel, Brad Shortall, Brian 
Sperber, Jon Au, Coach Prisco (bottom row) Lam Nguyen, 
Brandon Baron, Steve Mandel, Matt Traum 




Left to Right (top row): Zach Silverman, Adam Hirst, Coach 
Baron, Jared Model, Daniel Cohen (bottom row) Adrian Quinn, 
Joe Pallito, Ryan Russikoff, Avery Pangalangan 



136 SPORTS 



Right: Brandon winds up to 

rip J forehand dow n the 

line past Ins opponent. 



Left: Brad steps 
in to his shot 
preparing to send 
back a fierce 
return. 







SPORTS 137 




138 IN THE SPOTLIGHT 





1 xliii oJr U X Jailrxl 1 

THE ON STAGE 
INTERROGATION 




The King of Hearts is an event where 
boys compete with one another to be 
crowned as Dayton's ideal man. In this year's 2003 
King of Hearts there were thirteen contestants: 
sophomores Jon Denning, Steve Mandel, Robby 
Shabat, Ryan Russikoff, Derek Seigal, and the 
hilarious Matt Sauerhoff, junior Anthony DeNicolo 
and seniors Brett Berger, Manoah Finston, Tim 
Homlish, Jeremy Kovacs, Mike Nittolo, and Jeff 
Schultz. 

Making the decision could not have been easy 
forjudges Ms. Gibbons, Ms. Smith, and Mr. Petino. 
As the talent portion took place, the competition 
grew as Brett, Mike, and Jeff rapped their heart felt 
hoe down to the crowd. Never failing to make the 
crowd smile, Matt Sauerhoff's interpretation of a 
caterpillar coming to life added to the intense 
competition. While most of the contestants chose 
to use comedy, Manoah used his poetic talent to 
capture the hearts of the judges, as well as the 
audience. Without a doubt Brett's surprise guest, 
Mrs. Suzie Kravitz, (Ross's mother) was one of the 
many memorable moments of the formalwear 
competition. After Tim Homlish dove into the 
hearts of the young ladies for the swimsuit cat- 
egory, the competition took a crazy turn and no 
one knew who the winner would be. 

The stakes were high for the contestants, with 
the first, second, and third place prizes of 
$75, $50, and $25. While Matt Sauerhoff 
(second place) and Mike Nittolo (third place) 
were tough competition, Manoah, this 
year's King of Hearts, did not let anyone 
stand in his way of earning the crown. 

Right: Matt sweeps away the 

audience with his butterfly 

impression. 

Far right: Anthony shows off 
his heart full of love and his 

140 IN THE SPOTLIGHT 




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Above: 

Brett begs for the 

audience's 

support. 

Above (right) : 

Tim knows he 

has a sexy bod. 

Right: Manoah 

captures the 

heart of the 

crowd with his 

poem. 

Below: Brett, 

Mike and Jeff 

get the crowd 

going with their 

hoe down. 



Snowball 



Jonathan Dayton held its second annual Snow- 
ball winter dance on February 28 th at L'Affaire on 
ioute 22. Students showed no fear of eating the buffet 
ood, which consisted of pasta, salad, and the crave- 
juenching brownie a la mode. Although the crowd 



consisted of less than 100 students, those who 
attended still had a great time, making the event a 
success. Senior Jamie Neville states, "The most 
fun thing about Snowball was dancing with my 
friends." 

The dress code was very diverse ranging 
from dressy black pants to funky skirts and 
dresses. "Everyone looked really good," said 
senior Romelia Freydel. Elissa Walters had the 
most creative outfit of the night wearing a Hanes 
white T-shirt reading "Conference Champs! Yeah 
Baby!" with the players' signatures on the back. 
By the way, Snowball took place the night the 
hockey team won the Hockey Conference Cham- 
pionship. This year's Snowball was a night many 
Dayton students won't ever forget. 




Above: Jordon and Kristin take a break 
from dancing to grab a quick snuggle. 

Left: Steve sweeps Julie off her feet. 



Above: Anna and Brett look 
thrilled to be here. 



IN THE SPOTLIGHT 141 



SPRING MUSICAL <*H£- MUSIC MAJ^ 



This year's spring musical The Music Man, 
which took place March 20-22nd produced, stanc^ 
ing ovations each night. Word has it that it was 
Dayton's best musical of all time. Cast members 
worked on the production every weekday from 
December to March for as much as five hours a day. 
Preparation for the show did not take place only in 
school, but required students to work at home to 
train themselves to "become the character." Both 
the director, Ms. Boehme, and choreographer, Jen 
McCollum, agreed that this year's cast was the most 
dedicated and respectful one they've worked with. 

This year's seniors were deeply touched by 
the love and friendship that evolved with this year's 
cast. "I've^yyorked with many casts in a lot of shows, 
but this particular group is wonderful," stated Se- 



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nior Manoah Finston. As a cast, laughable moments 
and inside jokes are forever cherished. Senior 
Catherine -Tuma and sophomore Matt Sauerhoff want 
everyone to remember when Harry tripped, Alan's 
many trips to Speedy Mart, Manoah's falling into the 
.pit, Jay T's falling off the chair, Baby Kaylee, Frog's 
head, and most of all the cast party. 

- The Music Man was a wonderful show of 
love, laughter, music, and dancing. Can't wait to see 
what Dayton has in store for years to come. 

Messages from the graduating 
seniors to the cast: 

wonderful memories and fun times. 

love vou all. 
Cfta-i.u.T.m.fl-YouarealUmazmg, 

I'll miss vou. 
jayWeatherston- Fun time*«nd merno- 

ries, I'll miss you all 
• Bel. Cherish vour moments 
S'tu^UkefamUvtome.! 
To^fvou all Thank vou for malong 

mv last show incredible. 

]creml Salou>- 1 leave behind ^a shiny 
trombone, not a rusty one. 



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Above: The Seniors 

prepare for their 

final curtain call and 

with a tear, agree 

that their is "good in 

goodbye". 

R igHt: 
Cathie and 
Elena art 

greats f*»J 
— ° ne suTe 

incre^ 

people- 

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Right: These four lovely ladies 
are River City's cutest 



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Left: Flashing their pearly whites, these girls are 
ready and eager for opening night. 



perfor- 




Irfl; 

Marian 
and Mrs. 
Palbo 
are 

shocked 
and 

Phased 
fo see 

Winthrop 
come 
out of 
his shell. 



Left: 
Jordan 
Fish (Jacey 
Squires) is 
pleased 
with his 



rnance and 
is even 
more 
happy to 
have spent 
ms sister's 
birthday 
with her 
on stage. 



Le ft- Why 

are these' 

men 

smiling? 

•because 
someone let 
them into 
the ladies'* 
dress 1 1 



room. 



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a little!" These ladies, Abby Nadel, Sara Madsen, 

and Rachel Millman, know all the town's gossip and Keith 

wants a piece of it. IN TH~E SPOTLIGHT 143 





Above: Watch out, the G- 
me n and Henderson are 
Tommg to get all of you! 






144 IN THE SPOTLIGHT 



Above (1st photo): Are Catherine and 

Matt acting, or just being themselves? 

J 

Above (2nd photo): Jill and Ashley 
(Rheba and Donna) smile because th 

Sycamore's gave them the day off. | 

Above (3rd photo): "Matt, what did 
you do now?" 




You Can't Take it TO£22L»-« 

° ience ' ■ a „ aspiring playwright who can't seem to ««^Xh accidentally sets off 

Penny Sycamore is an aspmng VW & a firework spectacular, wwc ^ ^ 

d Mr. DePinna spend most of *£*£££*». The family also has ^° ^™£ olenkov m akes 
the family basement «^ °^et dancer, but her ^ce "^ctorBor^ ^ ^^ 
.rmichael, who wants to be a protean o(her ^ Mke Sycamore who fahsm lo ^ on ^ 

apparent that she is far from to team ^ parents for dnner y ^ ^^ 

J Unarming businessman T«J»*^ unexpected arrival, Jfcnny west £ drinks 

,rong night. While the famuy * ; shoe* eOJ couch aft having a fewt J^ ^^ 

:i enl Gay Wellington, w^^^^^ 

Essieshus a^a^ s^£r^zsi 

Gmndpa trie's to reinforce the impo- 
tence o ? f enjoying life rather than dwell- 

w ™ the insignificant things. He ex 

having all the money m world doesn t 

necessarily bring happiness. Life is too 

^TandWgood lis money when 

^«o'c crone 7 You cant taKe u 

Xou'SpasaystoMr-Kirby 

Then convincmg him that life » too 

Sh ° rt You Can't Tote it With You wasa 

show Dayton's finest will never forget. 




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Tony 

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HEATHER 



Our Dearest Heather, 
You are the best daughter that anyone could wish for. Your caring and kindness that 
comes within is as beautiful as you are. We are so proud of who you have become and 
know that you will achieve everything in life that you set out for. Bubbe and Papa are 

looking down on you with pride. 
You are our shining star!!! 




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BLAIR NICOLE ORENSTEIN 

Time goes by so quickly. 

It seems like you were just 
born. We are very proud 
of you and the beautiful 
young lady you have be- 
come. May health and 
happiness be with you 
always and know that we 
wish you success in all 
you do. Good luck in col- 
lege and remember - 
We will always be there 
for you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and 

Lindsay 






ELJSSA 




Dear Elissa, 

Our world has been a brighter place from the moment you were born!! Your winning 
smile, warm heart, quick wit, giving and honest nature only touch the surface of the 

unique young women you've become. Move toward the future with the same confidence 

and determination you possess and you'll attain every goal you set for yourself. 

Our wish for you is a lifetime of health and joy! May all of your dreams be fulfilled. 

Love, hugs, and kisses, 
Mommy, Daddy, & Todd 



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Assunta DiMuro 



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Dear Assunta, 

Congratulations! I can't 

believe you're actually 

graduating high school! 

Through all our ups and 

downs, we've always been 

there for each other. You're 

my best friend and I wish 

you a lifetime of laughter and 

joy! Good Luck! 

Love forever, Nina 




To My Little Big Sis, 
Assunta, 

I am so proud of you! Good 

luck and congratulations. I 

love you so much and I will 

miss you a lot next year 

when you go to college! 

From your little poochies, 
Gennaro 




Dear Assunta, 

Congratulations to our "Mouse!" 

Looking at these pictures, we can't believe 

18 years have passed since that beautiful 

baby came and has now turned into a 
beautiful, smart, loving and funny young 
woman. We wish you only the best in all 
you do. With your strong will and deter- 
mination, we know that you will accom- 
plish what you set out to do. Always have 
faith in yourself and know we love you so 
very much. We will always be here for 
you, no matter what! 

Love always, 
Mommy and Daddy 




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Mamie Nicole Fish 

Our Dearest Marnie ( "Supahstah"): 

Go Grrrrl! 

There was no stopping you then... there's no stopping you now. 

"You've had the power all along" You're everything we dreamed you'd be: 

smart, beautiful inside and out, a heart of gold, a zest for life and laughter and 

you know what's truly important. 

Remember to always be true to yourself, follow your heart and never stop 

dreaming! We could not be any more proud of you than we are right now for 

all you have accomplished so far. We love you, E.P., Angel B., and we will 

always be there for you, as will Poppa G. 

Love you thiiiiiisss much more always, 

Mom, Dad, Jordan and Ross 




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Jenna Alif ante & Kate Cuillo 




Kate, 

We are so proud of the 

young woman you have 

become. May your college 

years keep that beautiful 

smile on your face. 

Love, 

Mama, Papa, Sean and Gen 

Dear Jenna, 

You have never cease to 

amaze us! May you always 

find your heart's desire. 

Love and Kisses, 

Mommy and Daddy 



Congratulations to our 

Jenna Ann! 

Love, Mama & Papa 

Ciullo 





Dear Kate, 

Jenna couldn't have a better 

friend. We wish you all the best! 

Love, Karen and Joe 



I'm really going to miss you. I'm 

glad you graduated. Call often 

no matter what Kate says! 

Love, Gen 



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AMIE FAIGENBAUM 




Dear Amie, 

Congratulations! 

It takes a special person to 

accomplish what you have. 

The sky's the limit and we're 

behind you 
all the way 

Love, 
Mom, 
Dad, Jay, 
and Maria 




MALLORY ZAMBOLLA 



Mallory, 
What can we say today that we haven't 
said before. You're bright and funny and 
we love you truly Congratulations on all 

your 
achieve- 
ments and 
for the 
final 
time... 
thank 
heaven for 
little girls! 

Love, 

Mom and 

Dad 





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Sean Frank 



Our Little Man, 

From the first 
day you walked into a 
of our lives we knew 
you were unique. Fro 
your curly black hair t 
your big brown eyes, n 
one could resist you. 
You have grown 
into a handsome, car 
ing and devoted youn 
man. The pride you 
show within your work 
ethics will enable you 
to achieve anything 
you want in the future 




This is the most excit- 
ing part of your life. 
Enjoy the ride, take 
each challenge as they 
come and face them 
with the determination 
that you have always 
possessed. 
Any university will be 
lucky to have you. We 
love you with all of our 
hearts. You complete 
us. Always remember 
no matter how many 
miles are between us, 
close your eyes and 
touch your heart and 
we will be doing the 
same. 
All of our love, Mom, 
Dad, Michelle & Alexis 




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TIM HOMLISH 



Congratulations !!! You are a wonderful son 

and we are so very proud of all that you've 

accomplished. Your intelligence, compassion, 

wit and sense of humor, make you shine 

wherever you go. You are a "hero" to your 

brothers and someone that they look up to. 

College is your next frontier. Keep doing your 

best and always be your best. Never compromise 

your principles. May your life bring you as much 

happiness and joy as you have brought to ours. 

Remember - 
"Life is not a destination, its a journey...." 
Continue to enjoy your exciting journey to the fullest ! 

Keep Reaching for the Stars 

"The Best is Yet to Come" 




All of Our Love - from your Biggest Fans ! 

MOM, DAD, PETE & ANDREW 
XOXOXOXO 



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Home Club Of 

Past International Director 

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1999-2001 



President Robert Hagenbush 

1 Vice President John McLear 

2° d Vice President Joseph Forys 

Secretary Donald Dauser 

Treasurer Phillip Hunrath 



BRETT BERGER 

Stuff happens when you have a son - 

Your doors get holes in them, your floors get dirty, your refrigerator 

gets raided, your keys get borrowed, your rules get bent - and your 

life gets changed in wonderful ways forever. 



To know Brett is to know a heart of 

gold, it's to know the joyous sound of 

laughter and the smirk of a devilish 

grin. To know Brett is to have a faithful 

friend in good times and bad, and to be 

thankful for all those broken doors & 

dirty floors. 

We wish you all the success and all the 

love in the world. 

Mom & Dad 




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NICOLE MOLINARO 

Dear Nicole, 

Learning and teach- 
ing are two of the 
three most important 
things in life. Loving 
life unconditionally is 
the most important. 
Congratulations 
Nicole! You have 
learned to run, now 
it's time to give life 
all your love and you will learn to fly. Fly and fly high - learning 
from those who will teach, and teaching those who will learn, and 
loving life in the process. Prepare yourself for a wonderful journey, 
taking each stop along the way with enthusiasm, without fear, and 

always staying true to yourself. 

We are so Proud and Love You with all our hearts! 

Mom, Dad & Gina 









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Good Luck Class of 2003 




SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



Springfield Board of Education 

Linda Duke, President 
Larry Levee, Vice President 
Stephen Fischbein Robert Fish 
Keith Kurzner Irwin Sablosky 

Scott Samansky Jacqueline Shanes 

Patricia Venezia 




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Congratulations on your graduation! 'We are so proud of you/ May your 
life be tilled with happiness, health, and love. You are so sweet, loving, and 
bright. You will always be our angel. 

All Our Cove. 
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JESSICA FRIEDMAN 

Our Dearest Jessica, 




May love, happiness, good healTh and 

Joy be a parT of your life always. We 

ar& so proud of you and love you so 

much'. May all your dreams come 

True'.! 
Love, Mom & Dad 




Dear Jess, 
IT'S so much fun 
having you for a 
sister We know 
you will achieve 
success in life no matter v/vhaT paTh you 
choose. Always r&m&mb>&r we ar& 
here for you forever We Love Vou 

More!! 
Allison & Jonathan 





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THE MEMBERSHIP OF P.B.A. LOCAL #76 
WISHES THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 

2003 

THE BEST THAT LIFE HAS TO OFFER 



President: Stephen Studlack 
Secretary: John Foster 



Vice-President: John Cook 
Treasurer: Donald Dauser 



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ALLIE CANTON 




Dearest Allie, 

You were cute at 2. 

You are beautiful at 17. 

We will always love you. Congratulations! 

~ Mom, Allan, Kvle & Grammv 



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CUSS OP" 2 CO 5! 



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Dear Courtney, 

Congratulations! We are 
very proud of you, and we wish 
you success and happiness in 
the future. We love you very 
much. AAay all your dreams 
come true. 

Love Always, 
Mom A Dad 





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Steven, 



STEVEN COHEN 



Congratulations!!!! We are extremely proud of you and all your many accomplish- 
ments. You've grown into a handsome, intelligent, kind and caring person and we are 
both proud and fortunate to have a wonderful son like you. 

We wish you the best of health and happiness 
always as well as a lifetime of love and good for- 
tune. Always remember to "follow your dreams 
and reach for the stars".... Nothing is impossible. 

Soon you'll be following Stacy's footsteps into 
Monmouth University. Always do your best, have 
fun and remember how much we love you. 

Love Always, 
Mom and Dad 





Dear Steven, 

We are so very proud of you on this 
great achievement and we know that 
you will absolutely love Monmouth! 

You have brains in your head 

You have feet in your shoes 

You can steer yourself in any direction 

you choose. 

You're on your own 
And you know what you know 
You are the guy who'll decide where 
to go. 

~ Dr. Seuss 




You're the best! We love you! 



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President 



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Springfield. NJ 07081 



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Dear Anthony, 

ROOT- A poinT of origin 
from whicdn IDEAS, INFLU- 
ENCE, ETC. emulate 

DREAM- A fervent HOPE, 
WISH, or GOAL 

WE HAVE GIVEN YOU YOUR 

ROOTS NOW YOU MUST 

FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



JENNIFER GIANAS 

You are a very special person and we cannot imagine our lives without you. You have always tried to 
do your very best in everything and we know you will continue to do so throughout your entire life. 
We are very proud of you, not just for your many accomplishments but just for being the person you 
are. Jennifer, remember how much we love you and always strive for your highest goal; we will al- 
ways be there for you. Wishing you the best of luck that life has to offer. 

All Our Love, 
Mom, Dad & Joshua 




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u4_ lways smiling 

Sharing her love 

H er high school days are done 

Learning and laughing 

E very dream shall come true 

Y ears ahead will be fan 



"Congratulations Everyone 1 /' 




Dear Ashley, 

You have been blessed with a soaring 

spirit intelligence and beauty. We have 

been proud of you throughout your life. 

We know that you will continue to work 

to make the world a better place. 

May all your dreams come true. 

Love, 

Mom Pad, Zachary, Shaina &■ Bailey 



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MATT SCHACHTEL 



Dear Matt, 

You have grown into a caring, 

responsible, and intelligent young 

man. We are very proud of the 
person you have become and all of 

your accomplishments. May all 

your hopes and dreams come true. 

We love you very much! 

Mom and Dad 





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Dear Matt, 

Thank you for teaching 

me everything and being 

the best brother ever! I 

will miss you so much!! 

Love you, 

Allie 




Congratulations 
" Matt! A 




We are very proud of 

you. 

Good Luck to you and 

the class of 2003! 

Love, 

Grandma ludy and 

Poppy Norman 



Matt, 

Congratulations on 

graduating high 

school. We know you 

will be successful in 

everything you do in 

life. We are very 

proud of you! 

Love, 

Uncle Barry, Aunt 

Lisa, Michael <Se Joey 






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From the little girl with the 
perpetual smile on her face, 

you have grown into a 

beautiful young lady Your 

personality has always been 

a shining star in our family. 

You have always made us so 

proud and we know that 

you will excel in all of your 

future endeavors. " Here's 

looking at you kid/ 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



We cannot believe our baby sister is 

going to college- we remember the day 

you came home from the hospital! You 

have made us so proud and we know 

that you will be successful in all of your 

endeavors. You are our best friend for 

life! Congratulations! We love you! 

Love, 
Rachel & Lisa 



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MEGAN 



Congratu Ca tionsl 

To you it seems tike the end of a Cong, 
Cong journey, but it is reaCCy just the beginning. 

IWe are very proud of what you have 
accompCished and have visions of even 
greater things to come. ~We Cove you! 

Mom and Dad 

Dear Megan, 

May aCCyour hopes and dreams come true 

Ivt lotvt yow 




QCoria, Dawn, Laura, 

Muffin, 
and your very own Mittens 



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JEREMY KOVACS 

"Looks like you made it!" 

We love you! 

Mom & Andy 

Dad & Nancy 

Jonathan & David 

Cory & Ari 



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SPRINGFIELD 

WOULD LIKE TO 

CONGRATULATE THE 

CLASS OF 2003! 

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To Allison - 

We wish you lots of happiness. 

Good luck in college and have fun ! 

We are so proud of you and we love you. 

Mommy, Daddy and Bitje 




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CUSS OF 
2003! 



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Greg, 

Your greatest strength has always been 

Marching to the beat of your drum. 

You are loyal to your friends and true to yourself. 

We're very proud of you. 

Congratulations on your graduation. 

We Love You, 

Mom, Dad, Marissa and Cody 



You have brains in your 

head. 

You have feet in your shoes. 

You can steer yourself 

any direction you choose. 

You're on your own. And 

you know what you know. 

And YOU are the guy 
who'll decide where to go. 



Congratulations to the 
entire class of 2003! 



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CASEY SANTO 



Dear Casey, 

Congratulations ! 

We are so proud of 

you. May your life be 

filled with much 

love, health, and 

happiness. We know 

that all of your 

dreams will come 

true. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and 
Jodi 





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MANOAH 
FINSTON 

Dear Manoah, 

Ate are so proud of the fine young man you 
iave become. Pursue your passions, strive for 
excellence in all things, treat others with dignity 
md respect, and above all, believe in yourself, 
vlay all your talents be recognized, all your 

hard work be 
rewarded, 
and all your 
dreams come 
true. You are 
destined to 
achieve great 
things. 

We love you, 

Mom and 

Dad 




MATTHEW STIGLIANO 

To the Class of J D 2003: 

Best wishes and much happiness 

through all the years 

— The Stigliano Family 



CASSONDRA SMITH 

We love you very much; 

good luck in college! 

Love, Mom 



ERIC DECTER 

Best Wishes on your graduation and 

on ail of your future endeavors. 
With LoVe, Grandma Helen Decter 



Jamie Neville 

Congratulations, Foofy! 

We love you. 
Mom, Dad, Lisa, & Chris 



Congratulations Sherri! 

We are so proud of you. Your 

future is so bright you'll have 

to wear shades. 

t^ Love, 



BRAD SHORTALL 




Mom, Dad, Alyssa 
Sugar and Spice 

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Dear Brad, 

Congratulations! 
I am so proud of 
your achievements 
and to have you as 
my son. I thank 
GOD for His pre- 
cious gift of YOU 
to me. Follow Him 
who has a great 
and mighty plan 
for your life... 

Jeremiah 29:11 

For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord. 
Plans to prosper ami not harm you. Plans to give 

Yon hope and a future... 

I'll Love you for ALWAYS, I'll like you FOREVER, 
As long as I'm living... My baby you'll be... 

All My Love, 
Mom <>< 



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Congratulations to JVicole 
and tfie Class of 2003! 



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Dear Eric, 



ERIC DECTER 



As you end this chapter in your life, we want you to know how proud we are of 

you and the man you've become. E-- you can do anything you want to do, 
and be anyone you want to be. Believe in yourself and the future will be yours 

for the taking. 

We Love You!!! 
Mom, Yale, and Steven 



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SIOBHAN McDEVITT 

>iobhan, 

I'm proud of your success in school, but 

even more so of the kind and caring 
j young woman you have become, 
pood luck in the next adventure of your 
life - college, and always have the 

courage 

to 

follow 

your 

dreams. 



Love 

Always, 

Mom 




JAKE MORANO 

Congratulations Jake! 

You have done well and we look forward 

to an even better future! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Megan 




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Camilo Rodriguez 

cawilo, we are all 50 proud of you. 
Follow your dreams, and may success and 
happiness always be with you. we love you. 
~ fflom. Pad, Christopher, £ Carol 



Brian Sperber 

Brian — Your four years at 

Dayton have come to an end. 

Congratulations on attaining 

this milestone. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Erica 




MATT 
SCHACHTEL 

Congratulations Matt! 

John, Beth, Jeff and 

Brianna 



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Pear Panielle, 

Congratulations, we are most proud op you 

upon your graduation. Best of luck in your future 

endeavors. we love you. 

Love, Mom, Jessica $ Matthew 



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MATT 
SCHACHTEL 

This is a very special milestone in your life. 

We are very proud of you and all of your 

achievements. We wish you the very best 

for your future. 

Love, 

Poppy Harvey and Grandma Joan 



ANDRZEJ MOCZYDLOWSKI 



I'm so proud of who you've be- 
come. I know that you'll be the 
best that you can be in college. I 
wish you a 
lifetime of 
love, happi- 
ness, health, 
™ and success. 




I love you so much! 




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(Dear Jennifer 

}As the years have passed By, we have watched you grow from an 

adorable little girl to a beautiful, canng and intelligent young lady. 

"We are so very proud of you for all your achievements 

and we are convinced that you willSe very successful. 

Jill these pictures represent the happiness we've all felt throughout the 

years for having you as a part of our lives. 

Congratulations to you and to the rest of the class of 2003, 

good luc^at Lehigh, we will miss you so much. 

Love, 
9\dom, (Dad, Jonathan, %imSerly, and(Butch 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE CLASS 




OF 2003!!! 





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DANIELLE ROLAND 

Danielle, 

You're my first born, so with you everything is a first. 

I know that has not always been easy I am so proud 

of you. I know that you will make your dreams 
, come true. Congratulations on your high school 
graduation. It is one of many significant accomplish- 
ments you have had and will have. 

I love you, 

Dad 

P.S. Your sister and brother are also very proud of 

you and congratulate you. 



JEFF SCHULTZ 

Dear Jeff, 

With a smile that doesn't quit and personality 

full of charm, the future is yours. Our hope is 

for you to have the same confidence in 

yourself as we do in you. Enjoy all of life's 

adventures and always remember that we will 

be there 

to 

support 

you. 

Love, 

Mom, 

Dad, 

Marci 

and "the 

original" 

Bubba 




JOSH WOLKOFF 

Dear Josh, 
We are so very proud of you and wish 
you only the best. We know that you will 
succeed in everything you do. May all 
your 
dreams 
come 
true and 
always 
remember 
we love 
you. 

Love, 

Mom, 

Dad, & 

Carly 




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JULIANA STRAVATO 



To Our 
Julz: 



Sisters Forever! 




It seems like only yesterday... 
WE LOVE YOU!!! 

Mom, Dad, & Maria (A.K.A. Mam) 



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MICHAEL STAUHS 

To Our Dearest Michael, 

The day you climbed up on your first "toy", we 

knew this was your destiny. We are so proud of 

you and the accomplishments you have made. You 

are a very special person with a lot to offer and we 

know you will succeed at whatever you do. Al- 
ways remember how much you are loved and that 
anything is possible if you believe in yourself. 
Congratulations, "Moose", we will love you for- 
ever. 



Love, 

Mom, 

Dad, J & 

Nikki 





Frank R. Kacerek 



Connection Cables, Inc. 



Tel: 908-245-4550 
Fax: 908-245-4552 
20 Hoiles Drive, Bldg.C-1 
Kenilworth.NJ 07033 



Cell: 908-803-2093 
frk@connectioncables.com 



GIUSEPPE BIANCO 




Dear Giuseppe (Joe), 

Congratulations! We 
are so proud of all 
your accomplish- 
ments, wishing you 
happiness and lots of 

luck in the future. 

May all your dreams 

come true. 

We Love You, 

Mom, Pop, Marisa & 

Peter 




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THEODORE A. YOUNG 




Start each day 
without remorse for 

yesterday and 

without anxiety for 

tomorrow- Enjoy 

today! 

All our love, Mom, 

Dad, Aunt Barbara 

and Babci 




To our "Little Man", 

We are so proud of you 
and know you will con- 
tinue to use your God 
given talents to accom- 
plish great things with 
your life. Stay true to 
yourself and you will find 
your path in life. Have fun 
in college. 
We love you very much. 

Your sisters, 
Sam, Lauren, and Tamara 




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Class of 2003 




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Marc A. Goldsmith, D.D.S. 

One Cleveland Place Dial: Dr M Gold 

Springfield, NJ 07081-0836 Office hours by 

(973) 376-4653 appointment. 



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Tel: 
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973-376-0004 
973-376-5722 



350 Millburn Ave. 
Millbum, NJ 07041 



SPRINGFIELD 
FARMLAND 

wishes the 

Class of 2003 

much success in 

the future! 




246 Springfield Ave. 

(973) 258-1157 




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THE SPRINGFIELD 
MINUTE MEN 



ROTARY CLUB 

NO. 6929 

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. 




OFFICERS 

President: 
Vice President: 
Treasurer: 
Secretary: 



DIRECTORS 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE GRADUATING 

CLASS OF 2003! 



THE SPRINGFIELD 
ROTARY 



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Newark Steel 
Ornamental Supply & Fabricators 



All Types of Steel 




41-43 Frelinghuysen Ave. 
Newark, N.J. 07114 



Manuela Martinez, Pres. 
Tel.: (973) 424-9790 
Fax: (973) 424-9791 



TEL. (973) 467-2291 x 111 



FAX (973) 467-2590 

Member of NAPE T 

Member of I S D A 




MASK 



CAMERA & VIDEO 
SERVICE 



RETAIL STORE 
www mackcam com 



EST 1938 

REPAIRS & SALES ON 

PHOTO & VIDEO EQUIPMENT 

Extended Warranty Programs 

200 Morns Avenue 
SpnngliekJ. N J 07081 



ALL GRADUATES 

WILL RECEIVE 

40% DISCOUNT 




SAVE MONEY ON LONG DISTANCE! 

* USE TEXT MESSAGING 

* ACCESS WEBSITES 
*MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE 
TOLL SERVICE ORGINIZATION 




STEVE KLARTELD 

PRESIDENT 




Bless sol 

Corp 




226 Mountain Avenue 
Sprinqfield, NJ 07081 



Phone: 973-258-9772 

Pax: 973-258-9006 

Wireless: 908-209-6655 




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MANICURE • EUROPEAN PEDICURE • WAXING • TIP & WRAP SET 

ACRYLIC • LINEN • SILK • EXTENSIONS 

HOT OIL MANICURE • PARAFFIN MANICURE • FIBERGLASS 



HOURS: MonFn. 9:30 to 7:00 
Thurs. till 8:00 
Sat 9:30 to 6:00 



101 Summit Avenue 
Summit, NJ 07901 




Hopson Business Solutions Inc. 



569 S. Springfield Avenue 

Springfield, NJ 07081 

email: markriopson@comcast.net 



Phone: 973-912-9631 



Cell: 973-699-1790 



Short Hills 
Nail Plaza 

545 Millburn Avenue 

Short Hills, NJ 07078 

(973) 258-1411 



Congratulations 

Tine, Matt, & 

Ange! 



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252 Mountain Ave. 
Springfield,NJ 07081 




TANNING SPA 
219 MORRIS AVE. 



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GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 03 

Schultz Furriers Inc 

346 Millburn Avenue, Millburn • 

376-1285 



PEARSON CLEANERS 

DRY CLEANING • PRESSING • ALTERATIONS • 
REPAIRING 

87 Main St, Millburn • (973) 376-4153 




LFO 

Linoleum & Carpet 
Abbey Carpet of Springfield 



Abbey Carpet' 

136 Route #22 
Springfield, NJ 07081 



ALICE KEPPLER 

Floor & Window Designs 



Ph 973-376-5220 
Fax 973-912-8671 



www.abbeycarpet.com 



NORMA'S SALON 

221 Morris Avenue 
Springfield, NJ 0708 1 



CIOFFI'S 



MAPLE <* KOSHER 

2933 Vauxhall Road 
VauxhalL NJ 07088 • (908) 688-2080 




Italian-American Deli 
Caterers and Pizza 



Tel: 973-467-5468 
Fax: 973-467-5429 



762 Mountain Avenue 
Springfield, N) 07081 



292 Millburn Avenue 
Millburn, NJ • 973-376-8242 



Szechuan Village Restaurant 

Szechuan & Hunan Cuisine • Eating In & Take-out 

244 MounTain Avenue 

Springfield, NJ - (973) 376-7673 



FAHTL REFRIGERATION 

SALES • SERVICE • RENTALS 

Michael Rosenbaum • David Fantl 

P.O. BOX 676, Springfield • (973) 762-0100 



J.L. Hammett Co. 

A learning world since 1863 

Echo Plaza • 899 Mountain Avenue, Suite 48 
Springfield- (973)921-9333 



BANGLES HAIR SALON 

Creative hair designs for special 
occasions 

Echo Plaza & Rte 22 W • Springfield 
(973) 921-1771 



P.T.S.O. 

Jonathan Dayton High School 

Mountain Avenue • Springfield 



CAMPUS SUB SHOP II 

Professional Catering • All Day Delivery 

242 Morris Ave, Springfield • (973) 467-3156 

(800) 894-31563156 • Fax: (973) 376-0953 



IMAGINE Salon 

733 Mountain Avenue 
Springfield • (973) 467-0992 



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Attached @ The Hip 



A friend is someone who will 
bail you out of jail. A best friend is t he on e 
sitting next to you saying 
"boy was that fun". 
The Maugles 



Concerts 





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My friends 
Vy, Dale, and 
Han, my man 
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dog Oreo- 





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all these things we share, 

but the greatest comfort we have is 

to know that someone cares. 

There may be miles between us, we may be far apart, j 

but we'll always have these special times 

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Madeline Kaplan 

Since the day you we%e (taw, you've made us so ptoud. 

IJau keep us snuluia and iauafung out Loud. 

IJowt Beauty and talent atui personality 

Will help you Became uthateuei uou choose to Be. 

Jne*e's no one wuuuui Eifie owe Alad. 

Conatatulatious Mian School (foul! 



£ove always, 
Mom, 2)ad, 

Molly, 
and Qinaex 



February 7,2002 




Senior Write Ups 



ANGELA AGOSTINELLI 

A Mia Famiglia Prima-Ti Amo-Grazie 
Per TuttolTine What Would A Be 
W/O T Gr8 X'SIn Union-dd Jetta 
BiUhsCopsMrd. Sst.We're Not 
Stalkers,we'reNot Lost!GGD-So 
ManyPersonalities! Bug Obsession! 
Summer 02-Best ever! Nips Passions 
Hillside Boys! Sleepless Nights "My 
Best Friend is the one who brings out 
the best in me" -Henry Fora~AJ MS 
BS-YouGuys Are Crazy-NowThat 
It'sAll over, we can Never Go Back. 
Just Don't Fc >rget TheClassOf'2003 

JENNA ALIFANTE 

ILuvUWhoMadeHSSpecial- KC-ILY 
Ahvys- SM-MovieBudAlbut-MK. 
MZJA.ATAVA, MB,ER,SF 



SEAN APICELLA 

If You Like Me, I Got Love For You. 
Just Keep It Raw. 

JONATHAN AU 

I've Stood On The Shoulders Of 
Giants. Thx 2 My WoksNWhites! 
ChinaManOut! 

LINDSEY BECKELMAN 

Frnds&Fam-ILY ABL Crew AC,BC, 
LB-Memz- Pool, Wtsfld Bwling, 1 
handed, stories, WldWd'02&'03, Race 
Trk, Castle, Dancing,New Years '03, C- 
Side, Metuchen, DD, OP, MF, Panera, 
CrclOTrust,Homecoming '02 &2 
Ben-IIY' MWAII! 

ADAM BENSIMON 

"ZEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE ER 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOH!" -SB 



GIUSEPPE BIANCO 

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ERICH BUTHMANN 

I [ere's 2 Me) Elena ( rreg- The White 
Castle Crew. M< >mand I )ad and the 
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ALLISON CANTON 

Watup2MyFrndsNFam-ThxNILY-An 
Interesting iyrs! My< rris-JA,LB,BC,K< .. 
WAIZ.ChlnW. Boys:JB,SC,DJJK, 
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Ractrk, ItonDncngw/bc Hot Free 
M\ les White Castle in Ebeth 
Thel )ugout-POOF! Circle ofTrust. 

REBECCA CHAMBERS 

Mom~ILY Dad~ILY~RIP Billy~Ur a 
( rd Br< >. ABLCrew, Prom, Panera, 
NYE '03, My Moms Stories, Tristan 
<3 Peace 

KARA CHRISTMAS 

\\ 1 1/ Gd Sr Class We Had Gr8 x's at 
JD. Much Luv 2 Da Envy Crew 
Always BFF- KAY 

KATHERINE CIULLO 

2MyFamTxs4All. JA-AllMy<3 thx4 
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UrAmazinlLY AC~Thru Thick N 
ThinUrW/Me SF-Thxs4Da Chats<31 
LuvBB!2AllTheRestWhoMadeHS 
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STEVEN COHEN 

PPPeeWee NMS K( >essner Park 
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Castle D< >< »t \\ \\ < x >d'< )2& "03 RaceTrk 
-Thanks2 \ll.\ly Friends -Good Luck! 
Seniors- 2003.... STOP! 

COURTNEY CORDARO 

ToMom&Dad tli\ tbeingthere 
Thru my life. als< > 2 all my best friends 
thai have been there i me: JF.1)( i.SR. 
ER we've had great X's 2getherin& 
out of school. 2 m\ 1 true 1 1 1\ DK, ILY 
I'll hw u ie\ er. Class ol '03< >< ,( >d 
Luck. 



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MEGAN DA USER 

V [ 2 my lam mom dad dawn laur gl< >r 
l.u\ uLots 2 my grlz CT SS AG RF AL 
VZJN SG MB Win Wld I do w out u? 
I I.u\ u ALL so Much! FDTXS 4 
I >eing there t me & 4 all the GR-8 x's 
during the sum MS Wht can 1 say? ILY 
so Much! TXS 4 the GR8 X's Congrats 
and good luck 2 the class of 2003! 

ERIC DECTER 

MK we've been thru a lot this year,ups, 
downs,smiles,frowns "We've done it all 
Luvya babe-next the crew'03JP twin 
towers LS SFJB aka speedracer MS 
DVTH DD DS L.4 yrs gone. . .glad we 
got the good stuff on video-BL UM PK 
IN-Wing nite agi gi-Hockey Boyz 
thanks for the memories BB RK JP JS 
MR and the mad Russians-MF my big 
sis thanks for always bein there. Best of 
luck '03 

ASSUNTA DIMURO 

2Mom&Dad-UrMy World-I wudn'tBe 
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2theClassOf2003-UmadeThsYear 

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get.TheMems\Ve.Made!ILYall!PNT 

DEVON DORN 

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LIFE I LUV U ALL 

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2MyFamTxs4AllTheLove&Support 
ILY. 2MyGirls-LYAlLAmazing.Couldnt 
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[LYSM!KeltNWalt-The30fUsAlwy2 
NolWillEverComparlLY-Boola-Let 
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Always- BB- 1 rlOf AKind. LmGonna 
MissUSoMuchILY-ClassOf2003Good 
LucklnAllUDo-PXl 

MANOAH FINSTON 

IT TAKES ALL SORTS OF IN AND 
OUTDOOR SCHOOLING. TO 
GET ADAPTED TO MY KIND OF 
FOOLING- Robert Frost 

MARNIE FISH 

Mom. Dad- UrMyEvrythng. Ross- 
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GdLckNUrLife, EverllsGoin 
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SEAN S. FRANK 

CREW 03 ED DD TH DL JP LS MS 
DV BCA JASON/MYERS THE 
CAGE DTREE WW FBALL MVC 
CHAMPS 2 MY FAM & FRIENDS 
TXS 4 EVERYTHING GD MEMS 

ROMELIA FREYDEL 

MyGrls-ILYGuysRemember The 
Good Times! GlueUrAmazing U Have 
AlwvsBeen There iMe-Thanx! 

JENNIFER GIANAS 

Mom&DadTks4AUTheLuv& Support 
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LATEnitesOUTSIDE ourHOUSE 
2MyFRIENDS-Remember SEA- 
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FRISKY5 

DARCY C. GINSBERG 

ILoveMyFamilySmokeyMaggieCrew 

ECNGPDKNBBABEGNKCRJO 

DontLetThisTownDestroyYou. 

ASHIEY GOLDBERG 

MOM DAD ZACH SHAINA & 
BAILEY TO EVERYONE-LUV U 
ALWAYSGOOD LUCK CLASS OF 

2003 

HEATHER GOLDSMITH 

ILY Mom & Marty. Jac< )b U 2. I lnv 



my girls C every] at Reunion. Good 
Luck 2 All! 

DONNA GOLIN 

Mom&Dad I want 2 Thank u 4 all y< >ur 
support- ILY vered [LY babe. To all 
my friends A| KB CC SR ER MS- I 
will miss u guys so much- we have sum 
goodmems 

KRISTIN GRIFFIN 

ClassOf03Txs4soMnyGr8mems.JG 
asTlieDysGoByMyluv4u Grws Strngr, 
ILYSMUmean TheWrld2Me. JR MR 
DMTxs4Alwys BeinThr4me ILYgys 
BFF! ChrleadingImGoing2 missUall, 
AlwysBeUrBestlLilKGim SoProudOf 
U,KeepItGngstaMaJigga. ToMyFam, 
Txs4pushinMeToWork MyHrdestlLY. 
Gdlck2eviy 1 , ImOut-LuvKristin 

SHERRI GROBARZ 

MOM DAD ALYSSA GIRLSJN AL 
AG SP RF VZ CT MD LUV U GUYS 
DAN LUV U LOTS 

ERIC HARTMANN 

Shout Out to all my Dawgs-especially : 
Tine, Decter, Mack, Dauser, Iyeisha, 
and everyone else. 

TIMOTHY HOMLLSH 

CREW 03-TH JP DV MS LS DL DD 
SF JB ED 40IZZLES CAGE ITS 
BEEN REAL MEMS 4LIFE 

TLNE HOPSON 

Thx2Everyl 4BeingThere4MeAngela- 
Gr8Times DontNoWutI \\ c >uldDoW 
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AGATA JACKIEWICZ 

Let metakea Last l< >okb4l say 

goodbye: Mom I )adandPawel- 1 don't 
know what I would do w on ILY. To 
my girls - DG VG MS ER II I AA CO 



KBJY DG IG- don't eva change! I'll 

missu tlix i the grX i ncms 1 

DANIEL JAMNIK 

P-NUT PPL Wis V ) \1\\M PRPS 
TO IK SCJB K\ MSJW B< ) \(. 
CAT JD SOCCER THANKS TO 
\l< )M DAD MITCH 1.1 \ I SHERRI 
SENIORS 2003. .STOP' 

JOSEPH KAHOONEI 

LNCHTBLE- ANNA DDS 143- 
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MADELINE KAPLAN 

2 all my FRNDS- thx t a grS i yrs at 
JD. Gd luck w / w/e life thr< >ws at u in 
the future. No matter w at may C( ime 
btwn us, our mems will stay str< >ng. 
ILY ALL T9 4 life! 

NLCHOLAS KOMANECKY 

2 My Bys- Thnx tF\ iything- \\ e Keep 
ItRaw 2MyGrls-UgrisR bangin' I'm 
Not EvrChngin' AD-Ily nvritin'this! 
Slesh-IOU 1 luv PS I'M MAD RAW 

JEREMY KOVACS 

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ALLISON LAV 

TXmomDADbtj tl IRluv&sppt HY'ag 
CTjnMBmdRFsgSSvzl Rth GR8STtx 
iTIUunXN talwysBEINthrlluvUall! 
GO< )Dluck( I ^SS03! 



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DANIELLE MACK 

Thanx Mom & I )ad4alwys bein there 
1 1 nr an J alwys making me laugh 
I l.VSM! Chris-thanx a bein the best big 
br< >therever!ILY Kristin-BFF-uran 
amazin frnd-so many funny/crazy 
times LYLAS All my union frnds- 
"Good Xs, Good Xs"-Love you guys! 
Peace&Love 

STACI DANIELLE MAX 

M&DThx4EverythingILYRay2ndMom 
LiCantW84PSUM2Wut WillldoW/OU 
NxtYrBFFSK Duekie6 /11/02ILY 
JaymMyLilSisIllMissUWALTlMFMy 
1 stFrnd-AFPSUisnt Ready4us-CSFrYr- 
ASNbr4Life-ADBORSGr8mems-BB 
MyBroILY-JSRKmyBoysILY-ARThx4 
Bein ThereJFMyHeroTheBoysurGrS 
Thx4allTheLaughsIlyJPAHMgrr 
UMissuGuys!GoodLuck03PNl 

ANDRZEJ MOCZYDLOWSKI 

TO THE FEW cS: FAR BETWEEN- 
JDHS WONT BE MISSED, BUT 
SOME PEOPLE WILL, YOU 
KNOW WHO YOU ARE. "ZEJ" 

NICOLE MOLINARO 

Mom Dad Thnx 4 Evrythng U Guys 
Mean The World ILY Gina The Bst 
Sistr Evr Carm a Bst Yrs of My Life U 
and Me Alwys ILY 2My Gangsta B 
Barbi 2 Many Mems DD n Stoge Brks 
i Life My 1 Tin land ILY JS & NM 
BFF JF & NC Thnx 4 the Mems ILY 2 
The Class of 03 Congrats n Good Luck 

JAMIE NEVILLE 

TOmyFAMcxnnTRIENDSsgALrfA 
(.spCTmdVXILYall CHEERLEAD- 
ERS kgJRmyHICKSilySeanlLY always 
TOevery] THANKS4ALLthe GREAT 
memoiiesl imadeM Ewhol a m 

MICHAEL NITTOLO 

2M\ TamilyThanx iSupportingMe 
GoodLuck2AllMyFriends. 

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Diana Thanx4AlwaysBeingThere. 
LUVU!Peace2JDHS! 

CRYSTAL ODELL 

1 sl Id Like ToThank God4 GettingMe 
Thru This&my Mom. 2ndlyMy lam 
Mostly Ud Gma&my cuz's Laur&Patty 
My Other l/2s. Jenn-BFF ILY Dunno 
What Id Do W/o U.Joey-BFF I'll 
Alwys Love You. My Prncss LeiLei& 
Mel-So Many Mems In So Lil Time 
BFF ILY 2-Shouts 2 HGJG,DR,DG, 
CC,DG,AJ,SR,ET,CL, Brendan, Paul, 
My Bro Steve ILY All. Lastly,Good 
Luck 2 Everyl In Ur Futrs Thanx 4 All 
The Mems Off 2 Do What I Got 2 
Do-NewLife-NewWorld 

BLAIR ORENSTELN 

Mom,Dad&Lindsay-U guys r my world 
-ILY Anner-my other Vi, I don't know 
wut I wud do w/o u ILY AS AD RS 
BO-the 4 of us 4ever, BFF, all 4 
superlatives baby 2 My Grls- AS AD 
RS CS AF MF EW MZ SM-I luv u all- 
Thnx 4 everything 2 The Guys-JW SZ 
RK BB JS JK MS SA MN NK CR AR 
RK-Good times Wlwd & Prom-02-03 
My eyes r numb Wendys Late Night 
Only Seniors at Anner's Chill-Dip-Die 
Side my side or miles apait, dear 
friends r always close to the heart. Best 
of Luck Class of '03 PN1 

JARED PRESTON 

HOLLA 2 THE CREW 03 JP ED 
DLDSD MS TH LS DV SF JB-GDXS 
TWIN TOWERS OF ICE HOCKEY 
-ED PPP NO MAAM WARPED 
TOUR WLWD BLUMPKIN NE1? 
AGIGI MM V JV GTAVC C-SIDE 
CASTLE KINS DRl'NG ROUND- 
DONUTS SHPPINGCRTS CLP 

il)S WNG NILE OH IMA MIME 
PUNK SHOWS SQUEEK KORTZ 
JPLEES HOCK EYc\G OLE GRS 
'LIMES \Y YALL OH LACE. CRN 
LN V FATE ITS BEEN REAL. ITS 
BEEN GOOD ...ITS BEEN REAL 
G( K)|)'GRS MEMS i LIFE 

\l < )< >ATAY-|0 MR 



JENNIFER REGO 

1 st\4MstThxGodW/UallisPossible 

Mom'I'hxErmI 'rManchi-ILYDadl 
alwysMade MeFeelSo Spcial-ILYJon 
BEE Hey What We DoinDiSFOGLI 
LY Kim BstSisIClde EvaAsk4-ILY 
&LYButch..Mike-WhrWudIBw/oU? 
I "meanThe W< >rld2Me-MillionMems 
Gd &BD WevBn Thru It All. No 1 Can 
Eva Take UrPlacelnMyl Irt-ILYF 5-8- 

01 KG-BFFMyOtherl/2-ILY 
SNRCPTS! EmacksWe re20fAKnd! 
JG-ThnxUvedonesomch4MR&me . Z E I 
&Cantimagn NoThavinL'asABro BFF 
ILY Ker-GangstaLuvUCuz Cheerin 
WasAmazin-LuvAllmyGrls&A-Rod 
JR KG JN AR KN UPDppl-Thnx 

II. Y MikeE-Thx i VKvyzBein There 
UMeanSoMch 2Me ILYJDBest4Yrs 
OfMyLife GDBYShurtSoMuch Class 
Of2003LHMssDaGDx"sGL ILY ALL! 

MICHAEL RODRIGLES 

2My Fam-Txsa E ve ryt h i nglLY Jen- 
WeveBeenTlirougliAlotButNomatter 
WhatHappensUrAlw aysNum 1 In.\ ly 
Heart. KG JG&Lil KG-Tlix4Gr8 
MemzILY. 2TheI 1< icke\Team-.\h Br< » 
BB RK ED JP SM PL JM ZEJ & Neil. 
BaseBallMyOtherFamCB. MC. RE. BS 
&JG 2B Partners! 1 The Regos-RR 
GRJR KR Thx ILY Sams-IS ML JR 
AV- Tlix 4 Gr8 Xs! 

CAMILO RODRIGUEZ 

ToMyEhendsAnJEamiK --Thanx-4 Being 
Tliere.Tol TakeCats-inu >utTryn2Chill! 

ELENA ROTHSPAN 

Txs t the mems EB GZ AJ PG CC 
NE COJW Al. KM Mel ILY BBF 
Dad Mom Rachel & KarynlLY! 

SHIFRA SANDLER 

2 MY II A.VCT MB MD Al JX SG 
VG RF \Z - \ CA\ ME SOME OF 
THE BST X EVER 



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MELISSA SANTOS 

Sbob Crew 03 Luv The Mems GR-8X's 
EL ILY BBF Txs 2 My Finds GD X 
ILY RS & EB 

PHILIP M. SARRACINO 

The gd mems last a lifetime Frosh, 
Soph, JR, Sr, Txs MM ND RM 4 Gr- 
8Xs Tgthr I Luv u Mom. Dad, Ralph. 
Gee, Lou, Gramp and Sammy 

MATTHEW SCHACHTEL 

Mom&Dad-Thx4allUrSPPT I LuvUso 
Much! Alz I luvU&know u'llalwys Bthr 
4me SOCCER#13-yobro,carlos&luis, 
fabs! HOCKEY#l KR/bobo,AM/ 
sloot jk, LL-UsoSilly SnickerDoodle 
Penguins LF-susie, late nights,LikeAbro 
BS/clifford DJ-metrostrs MD/Bugger- 
been thrusoMuchGood&Bad thx mems 
Run4getable JusLikeU Tchrs: Schlesch- 
tiix4evrymng A-Dawg-HlpdShapeMy 
Future,CantThnk Uenough,missya! 
Ange/Nelli-TV, aNi MaLCrCkErS, 
ChewSleever, hairclp, AtlstThPopsicle 
WasGood luv ya Tine/narc/myBFF- 
wrknout, AmerEgl ,mall,cats,techno, 
gurnmibeais&somuchmoreftnds4so 
Short YetSoCloselwouldn't have made 
it w/o u! frnds4eva luv ya The3ofUs- 
JoUrNeYtOgEtGLAzEd Dunkin Drvn 
Union Odle PB&J Wldwd! TINE& 
ANGE-what would I do w/o you2?So 
MaNyFuNtlmEslSoMaNy MeMoRiEs! 
AllofThemUnforgettableJuStLiKeThe 
BothOfYou 1 promise-Its notgoodbye 
... Its cya soon! 



JEFFREY SCHULTZ 

2MyFam-Txs4 AllUveEverDone4Me 
ILY BBSMMZ-My BFFsILY Txs4Bein 
There IN I'll Always LuvU RM-I'm so 
glad wer frndsILY 2all of my frnds- I'll 
missU&txs4Gr8Xs ClassOf03 We Out 

BRAD SHORTALL 

Mom&Dad ILY+ThankU~Ginger [LY 

~ms~tii~aa~jr~md~ag~ss~ct 

~NE~SG~JN~DJ~AL~I'm GoInG 
tOmlsSaLLofYoU! 



ANNA SPEKTOR 

2 My Fam-Thanx 4 always bein 1 1 iere i 
me,l43!Blah-wutdoIevensay, I don't 
nowutlddow/ out u, ur my other 1/2 
ILYSM,BFFAE! AS-BO-RS-AD,the i 
of us always,l43! 2 all my girlies- b( ). 
RS,AD,CS,EW, AF,MN,SM,MZ.Thnx 
4 the gr8 times,u guys r always in my 
heart, ILY! 2 theguysJW,CR,BB,RK, 
MS,SA, JKJS,MN.AR,SZ,NK,RK, I 
love u!~Crazy times- Wildwood+Pn >m 
'02 -'03 NwYears'03( Asparagus ne 1 ? ) 
Wendys-Taco Bell-Chill-Dip-Die- 
Only SeniorsAtAnnas-except Rob- 1 - 
1-02, Haha~SM-Nbr4Life~Rach,l-l 1- 
03, 143!~Tapachky!Who stole my gucci 
bag? My eyes r numb -All 4 superla- 
tives baby~AD-am I peeing yet? ILY- 
Siiimon-Jay, my pillows will always be 
there 4 ul43!~Pwr Hour!~Brett-ILY 
SM! Nicest eyes in ur face! Marn-prom 
issues! shes buggin, 143!~ The mo- 
ments may have been temporary, but 
the memories are 4ever! Class of '03, 
good luck in all you do! Ya teebya 
lublyoulPNl! 

BRIAN ISAAC SPERBER 

JDHS best 4 years of my life Mom & 
Dad What would I do w/o you! ILY so 
much To my sis I'll iss ya lot next year 
MakeJD 4 gr8 years. 2 Sme Save Lives. 
2 my friends: AG HM AB JR MK MF 
KT EB (S: all othr membs of my Sr 
Crew. Txs 4 all the mems so many 
gr8x's w/ all u ILY. Gd Luk Next Year 
Table a 4ever!!! Cya 

LINDSAY STEARNS 

JP.l'.D.DLJB.DV.MR.SI'.TII Crew 03 
Gr-8 Times w/ awesome memories 
that will never be forge >tten-L 

MATTHEW STIGLIANO 

Thnx 2 my frnds »S: link . Itsbingr8 
l)\ 1)1. 1)1) EDJP IS si I'M Gr-8 
X's Frosh babseball Enlsh \\ Ms Rice 
FilminBshjmpBoBoWapdtourMke 
Myers Squeek. SheMkes AgrwnMn< \\ 
JBJKJWSC DJJS-NoMaam Pnk/ 



I 'rt\ I x >y Per6 Eng-Frm hell Shppn 
Carls Beast i 1 >S Louie-SFMob 
WngniteCstleWndysJBC Devils tree 
SF Rec Spcl Frcea Prks I )i\ Lake-trps- 
dwn the shore Pu Fball CAGE pool 
h >is atAmidnite BBQs Kl n SeptJpLees 
w JPDomtsSpdivrACAM Class 03 
Cid Lck & YrGone & YrGone 

JULIANA STRAVATO 

Mam My Grl 4ever ILY. V\l 1 Manx 
X 123BeeshiePiasans iLife. MZ \\ i 
4get allt he mems AC 1 LuvJF Mad 
mems at urcrib. MyboysILY4Life 
Hova njho Avon/Eton Kids Socr n 
Sftbal. Grlz VZ SM SS KZ LB AD LL 
MM Dwgs#l MG Cnt Live w o u Lu\- 
u w/all my hit. Gd Lck 2 the Class od 
03 Mch Luv 

RACHEL SUFFIR 

2MyFamily Thnk U4evrthngl will 
MssUnxtYr 2MyGrlsAD.AS.BO.CS. 
AF,EW,SM,MF,MZJF,AT 2MyBys 
CR,RKJK,SA,AR,NKTW,SZ,RKJS,BB 
ILYall&willMssUnxtYr 2 MySisILY 
SM&I'llMssUThnkUBffNoMattaWal 
AD,RS,AS,BO-CBD IlyBffae 
Assunta-ILYSM Nwecbu Bffae Idont 
KnoWatFdDoW/oU Ja\ -cu >a pooknal 
BFF*Rob-ILY IdntKnoW atlwudDo 
W/oU AnnaBrns WldWd+ Prom 
NwYrsCreepn Wendys P-phobia 
BunzItUp Asparagus Rachayl c W >ld 
AtmoSantho Azzoonta Freestylin 
Chill-Dip-Die I'M 

ANDREW ERIC TITLE 

To those ofu who listened (you km »\\ 
who you are) Thanks for hearing me 

out 

ELANA TOBOUL 

Shout-out to all myfrndslBSJR RG 

EB IK \* . SM MK IIM MFTxs i all 

GrS Mems! IIA X Gd Luck \\i Yr! 



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CATHERINE TUMA 

Thanx tmakinmy tyrshotl LOcrewl 
luv I ALL- 1 LUVmyThesbians 

WW WILD 

ELISSA WALTERS 

2MyFamly-UrMyWrldMom-WerBst 
FrndsDad-I falwaysMkeMe Smile 
T< )dcl-l inspire MelLYall 2My Frnds- 
Boys-UrallCrzy& 11^ all LI'htUNvr 
( :ease3EntrrrtainMe ( J rls-ASRSB( )AI ) 
l r UlAmzing SMMF MX WhtCanl Say 
Sndmeir IsBttr ILY Guys BB-T rMvBst 
FrndlLYJS-My NeighbrlLY Kelly& 
Bean-l fr Everything2Me NolWill Evr 
( ]( >mpareOrComeCl( >se 2\\ utWeHv - 
IhrtUBth-WELPCYALL8TR-PNl 

JOSH WOLKOFF 

PPP \.\IS NO MAAM-JK SC DJJB 
& PREDATOR-ROSNER BBQ WT 
CSTLE SQUEEK PUMPKIN 
WARPED TOUR TO KE WE ED- 
CREW DD JP MS-WLDWD ROOM 
MEETING JS BB RK MZ-HCKEY 
&GOLF-GOOD TIMES 



Where's 

WalT-O? 

Now that you've Iiad a cfiance to look 

t&rougli the book, 
Try to recall low many Walt-O's tliere 

were without taking a look? 
If you only guessed 4 then you didn't 

do so great. 

If you flip through tfce pages again I'm 

sure you'll find 8. 



Dr. Mahler can be found on the 
following pages: 

1,1X47,70,74,107,127,178 



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MALLORY ZAMBOLLA 

2My< rris-I fmdeMyLstYrsIncrdibllWil 
AlwysLookBck&SmileSDM-CrzyYrs 
2gether-Cldwl,Shre,Trps-Thx iBeinThr 
\l Football?2MchFreeTimesABad 
ThngJLS-Thc i ( rivingMeAPlce2Run2 
2AllMyBys-UrTheBest-NvrHveI 
KnwnABtr( rrpOfGuys BB-HowDol 
Thank U?W oUIdBeLstLuvU4ever 
Js-1 fey] leyYookllLYAR-NoWrds- 
UknoMre Thnl 2-LYALL 

MARINA ZELTSER 

We thought that if we lasted 2-3 years 
that would be fantastic. -Ringo Starr 

GREG ZINBERG 

Thx 4 the mems LF ML SL LF ER EB 
MS JM SM SF 2 JNJB Mom Dad 
Marissa-Yeti 

VALERIE ZLOTSKY 

Much 2 Braid 2 Many GoodByes 
Names In My Head Tears In My Eyes 
Txs2 The TruWho Let Me Be Part 

I i flic I e\\ W Ik > Remain ln\l\ I learl 



CLASS OF 





COLOPHON 



2003 OMEGA, Vol 6, WAS produced by the yearbook staff 
at Jonathan Dayton High School in Springfield. N J and 

WAS PRINTED BY JOSTENS. IT CONTAINS 1359 PICTURES AND 
20d> PAGES OF MEMORIES TO BE LOOKED BACk UPON FOR YEARS 
TO COME. WE ARE PROUD TO SAY THAT THE 2003 YEARBOOK IS 
THE BEST YEARBOOK WE'VE SEEN TO COME OUT OF JONATHAN 

Dayton HS. Thanks to the hard work and leadership of 
the yearbook staff. financial advisor /ingie francios 
and the incredible advisor karyn schlesinger. jdhs stu- 
dents. especially seniors. will have a collect ion of memo- 
ries to look back on forever. we hope that we have 
fulfilled our responsibilities as editors and the students 
of jdhs are as happywith the yearbooks outcome as we 
are. Congratulations to the graduating class of 2003! 
Good luck in all the future holds for you! 

- Editors /matt and £ndrzej -Class Of '03 




In memory of 



Jordan Fish 



SitaeMvui tinging in 

She dead of night 

Sake these Bwken wing* 

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(MuowiOfe 

c l£ou wwe antu waiting 

Sa% this moment to cvthe 

SllacMmd tinging in 

She dead of night 

Jake these sunken eues 

Qjnd iecvut ta see 

CWuowtOfe 

1Jxui wete only waiting 

So* this moment to be piee 






We lave yxui atutaut fafa 
fteat Jn Peace *JwcUm £ee 5hA* 6/1/88 - 4/14/03 




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